A Bachelor of Arts with a second major in chemistry? You can do that at Dalhousie. It might surprise you to discover that you can combine completely different fields of study into one degree.
There are a variety of ways to combine a major in chemistry with many other academic programs. It’s no more difficult than doing a regular chemistry degree, and provides you with a formidable combination of two skill sets to take into the job market.
Combinations to consider:
Bachelor of Science
Double major or combined honours: As part of a double major or combined honours program, chemistry can be combined with any other Faculty of Arts or Science major or honours subjects. If it is combined with an Arts subject, a larger number of credits must be taken in chemistry.
Minors: There are also a number of minor programs that can be combined with chemistry through the Bachelor of Science program. These are: Business, Canadian Studies, Community Design, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Film Studies, Food Science, Journalism Studies, Law and Society, and Management.
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Science students can complete a Bachelor of Engineering degree concurrently with their science program. Students in this program complete the equivalent of a three-year Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and a Bachelor of Engineering in a period of five to six calendar years, depending on whether or not a co-op program is selected for Engineering.
Bachelor of Arts
In the Bachelor of Arts program, chemistry can be combined with most of the Arts or Science major or honours subjects.