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Does UBC have minors?

Does UBC have minors?

Land and Food Systems Minor A minor in Land and Food Systems may be undertaken by students in a major, honours, General Science, or Integrated Sciences program. Land and Food Systems (LFS) minors are available for Science students in the following specializations: Food Science. Nutritional Sciences.

What are the majors in UBC?

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Astronomy Atmospheric Science Biology
Biophysics Biotechnology Chemistry
Cognitive Systems Combined Major in Science Environmental Sciences
Forensic Science Geographical Sciences Integrated Sciences
Mathematics Microbiology and Immunology Pharmacology

What are majors and minors degree?

For a Bachelor Degree, a major is a primary focus of study and a minor is a secondary focus of study. For example, you could major in Business and minor in Spanish. Majors are typically chosen to compliment a student’s career goal, and a minor may be chosen to enhance the major.

How do I get a minor at UBC?

Adding a minor Arts students can add most minors through the Student Service Centre (SSC). A minor in a discipline taught in the Faculty of Arts requires a total of up to 30 credits in the program, 18 of which must be at the 300 level or higher.

What GPA do you need to get into UBC?

Calculation of UBC admission averages The minimum academic standing to qualify for admission to UBC is an admission average of C (60%, where 50% is a passing grade), or a 2.0 on a 4.0 point scale, typically on the most recent 30 credits attempted.

What is difference between minor and major?

A major (unit set) is your chosen area of in-depth study or specialisation in an undergraduate course. A major is generally comprised of eight units in a specific discipline. A minor (unit set) comprises of between four and six units in a specific discipline.

When should I apply for a minor?

He encourages students to declare a minor around the same time as a major, which is typically by the end of their sophomore year or the beginning of their junior year. “The earlier you research and plan, the more time you’re going to have to prepare and complete that complement of major and minor.”