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Breadth requirements

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Do McMaster, Guelph and Queens have any sort of breadth requirements (i.e. requirement to take non-science/math courses in a BSc degree)

I checked the websites and couldn't find anything that said yes, but nothing that said no either. The 4 required humanities/social sciences/languages courses are the only reason I'm not applying to Western :s
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It depends on the program, so you'll have to check with each program individually. BHSc at Mac requires a non science, non math course in the top 6; not sure about BSc.
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I'm referring to required classes once you're enrolled, not your top 6 to gain acceptance. Any breadth requirements (ex: all students must take one social science course, one humanities course and one science course) will likely be the same across all programs.
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@Sean1218 wrote
I'm referring to required classes once you're enrolled, not your top 6 to gain acceptance. Any breadth requirements (ex: all students must take one social science course, one humanities course and one science course) will likely be the same across all programs.



Oh, then in that case, no for Mac. I don't think many Canadian unis required the completion of gen eds, I think that's more common in the US.
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