Here's what to take in your first year at Camosun if you're planning to transfer to UVic.
Update: This outline has been compiled from the Faculty sections of UVic’s online 2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Calendar (May 2017)
You can take courses that meet admission requirements for this program. Camosun does not offer all of the required core courses you need for this major, so you'll need to start planning your admission to UVic early in your studies.
What to take for first year
|All of||PSYC 110||Experimental Psychology|
|One of||ENGL 151||Academic Writing Strategies|
|ENGL 161||Literary Genres|
|ENGL 163||Introduction to Literary Traditions|
|ENGL 164||Indigenous Literature|
|One of||MATH 100||Calculus 1|
|MATH 108||Applied Calculus|
|One of||PSYC 120||Personal Growth & Development|
|PSYC 130||Contemporary Issues|
|PSYC 164||Behaviour Management|
|One of||BIOL 102||Non-Majors Biology (Diversity)|
|BIOL 126||Physiological Basis of Life|
|One of||BIOL 103||Non-Majors General Biology|
|BIOL 124||Evolution and Diversity|
|BIOL 143||Anatomy for Sport Education|
|BIOL 150||Human Anatomy|
|One pair of||PHYS 104 General College Physics 1 and PHYS 105 General College Physics 2|
|PHYS 140 Physics for Scientists and Engineers 1 and PHYS 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers 2|
Contact a Camosun Academic Advisor.
For specific questions about UVic’s admission policies, deadlines and GPA requirements, contact the UVic Welcome Centre.
Year 2 and beyond
After the first year, your transfer options become much more individual. You cannot complete all of the Year 2 course work at Camosun College because we do not offer all of them.
You will need to start discussions with UVic about planning your admission and transfer to their program, and how you will transition there.