Timetable Computational Chemistry Honours

Recommended Timetable for Honours in Computational Chemistry Because the Computational Chemistry degree programs require many courses in Chemistry, Computer Science, and Mathematics with a complex network of prerequisites, completing the Honours degree in four years requires a student to take a rigid timetable of courses in the first three years of the program, with a great deal of flexibility in the fourth year. Students who take courses in an order different than the recommended timetable are likely to require more than four years to complete the Computational Chemistry Honours degree. Honours students are encouraged to consult their assigned academic advisor.

YearFall SemesterWinter Semester
1st YearCHEM 1050
PHYS 1050
MATH 1000
CS 1510
CHEM 1051
PHYS 1051
MATH 1001
CS 1001
2nd YearCHEM 2301 (GO8 L02)
CHEM 2400 (G07 L03)
CHEM 2210 (06)
MATH 2050 (02 or 06)
CHEM 2302 (05)
CHEM 2401 (03)
MATH 2000 (09 or 02)
MATH 2051* (09)
3rd YearMATH 2260 (06)
MATH 3202 (05)
CS 2500 (04)
CHEM 3211 (02)
CHEM 3303 (04)
PHYS 2820 (19)
CHEM 2100 (16)
4th YearCS 2001 (05 62)
CS 3731 (03)
CHEM 4305
CHEM 4304
1 CHEM 4XXX Course**
+ 3 additional credit hours
in Biochemistry, Chemistry,
Computer Science, Mathematics,
or Physics at the 2000 level of above

*Offered in Fall and Winter semesters. ** Some of the Recommended and CHEM 4XXX courses have prerequisites outside of the required courses for this degree. Students should plan ahead and consult with their faculty advisor to ensure they will be eligible to take the Recommended Courses that are of interest to them.

** Critical Reading and Writing Courses.  At least one of these courses must be in English.


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