Can I take sciences as elective with my undergraduate degree in Social sciences major in criminology?
Can I take sciences as elective with my undergraduate degree in Social sciences major in criminology? I have only taken grade 11 biology, and I was wondering if I would still be able to take science classes (specifically Biology, Biochemistry, organic chem, and chem) as some of my electives without having done grade 12 sciences? I am wanting to go to medical school after, and I need these courses. Is it possible that the school would have introductory courses that I could to take to lead into the actuals courses in 2nd and 3rd year?? I am going to the University of Ottawa.Submitted: 1152 days ago
Good thinking and good planning. Also think about Math.
Speak to your college adviser about the offerings and how it can fit into your program./
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