If you want to pursue a Bachelor of Science but you also love the arts and humanities (English, Social Sciences, History, Philosophy) you don’t have to choose between them. Through our acclaimed Foundation Year Program’s science option (FYP Science), King’s will immerse you in the works of the great minds that have shaped our intellectual history while you concurrently study Science at Dalhousie, the largest research university in Atlantic Canada.
FYP Science is the equivalent of three first-year credits, designed to allow science students to choose two science credits in their first year. You will have FYP lectures 3 days a week with Tuesdays and Thursdays free for your electives. You will take two electives, one in math, one in science.
After your first year, you can pursue a major or honours degree in any of the programs offered by King’s and Dalhousie’s shared Faculty of Science, as well as the shared Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the King’s Honours Programs.
King’s and Dalhousie together deliver unmatched depth and variety. You can specialize in these subjects by pursuing a major or honours:
* Available as combined honours
▴ Available as (single-subject) concentrated honours
† Available as co-op degrees (completion takes four to four and a half years)
‡ Available as double major
You can choose from more than 75 minors to complement your degree.
King’s offers minors in each of its honours subjects:
Curiosity, a willingness to ask questions, and a desire to find and tell stories–these are the building blocks for those who want to study journalism.
Understand the contemporary world by choosing from a wide range of courses in the areas of social and political thought, science and culture, and aesthetics, literature and literary theory, and film.
Engage in an interdisciplinary exploration of the birth of the modern world.
Studying science through this humanities-based approach demonstrates your ability to think about science ‘outside the box’.
Find out more: Visit the Faculty of Science website to browse degree options.
Students in their first year of study may be interested in First-Year Interest Groups (FIGs), interdisciplinary study groups that augment and expand your first-year curriculum.