Note: Because this degree transfer program will be phased out over the next several years, no new students will be admitted to the Bachelor of Science, University Transfer program as of Fall 2008.
Science doesn’t make the world go round, but studying science can help you understand how it happens. This university transfer program offers a wide variety of options for to you to become a part of the scientific community. You will be the one coming up with answers and you will be able to work independently.
Off to a great start
By starting your B.Sc. at Mount Royal you transfer to another university a more confident person, thanks to smaller class sizes and personalized interaction with faculty.
Because Mount Royal offers Alberta’s largest science university transfer program, you’ll have a lot of choice when is comes to what to study. You can prepare for a B.Sc. in:
More than just textbooks
You won’t just be reading textbooks in this program. You will get hands-on experience during lab work. And you won’t be on your own. Mount Royal has a large number of instructional assistants who will support you.
Out in the world
Depending on your courses, you will also get the opportunity to do work in the field and participate in field trips. There are also several opportunities to study internationally. In the summer of 2008 Geography will offer Travel Study courses to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Learn more about international study.
Many faculty members are involved in research which offers students the added bonus of being involved. It’s yet another way to get some real world experience, which is a great learning tool and will increase your marketability.
Mount Royal’s unique rock garden is used as an outdoor lab. The 140,000 tonnes of rocks include samples of sandstone, limestone, petrified trees and fossils. The oldest specimen is 490 million years old and the most recent is 75 million years old.
A shortage of scientists means job opportunities are plentiful. A B.Sc. can lead you to a wide variety of career choices depending on your chosen major. Here are just a few examples: