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Natural Science

200.3B

Technical sheet

Diploma: Pre-university

Duration: 2 years

Quota: no

Offered at: English Section

Description of program

Passionate about science and curious about natural phenomena? We will help you develop your scientific thinking and explore a diversity of fields in natural science. Our program leads to a variety of university programs in health, science and engineering.

Choosing to study here

  • Acquire scientific knowledge throughands-on projects.
  • A Help Centre whill make it possible for you to get support in math.
  • Choose from two profiles, Health Sciences or Pure and Applied Science, in order to better prepare for university.
  • Enjoy a scientific excursion in our unique wildlife environment, where mountains meet the sea.
  • Engage in stimulating discussions with your professors about current topics in science.

General admission conditions

To be eligible for college, you have to meet the following conditions:

Hold a secondary school diploma or hold a secondary school vocational diploma and have successfully completed the following courses:

  • Language of Instruction – Secondary 5
  • Second Language – Secondary 5
  • Mathematics – Secondary 4

Special admission conditions

  • Secondary 5 Physics
  • Secondary 5 Chemistry
  • Secondary 5 Maths Technical-science or Science option.

My future in Natural Science

  • Health (audiology and speech therapy, chiropractic, diet and nutrition, occupational therapy, kinesiology, medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, pharmacology);
  • Research (biochemistry, bioinformatics, biology, chemistry, math, physics, science);
  • Architecture, industrial design;
  • Geography and the environment (agronomy, forest management and environment, geodesy, geology, geomatics, meteorology, environmental science);
  • Engineering (mechanical, chemical, electrical, civil, physical, industrial, aerospace, computer, geological, mining, etc.);
  • Science teaching (high school, college, university);
  • And all other university programs that require a DEC to be admitted.

Course schedule

Legend →
T : Theory
L : Laboratories
P : Personal
Course numberCourse TitlePonderation
hours/week

first semester

(28 hours/week)
T L P
    101-NYA-05 General Biology I 3 2 3
    201-NYA-05 Calculus I 3 2 3
    202-NYA-05 General Chemistry 3 2 3
    109-101-MQ Physical Activity and Health 1 1 1
    345-101-MQ Knowledge 3 1 3
    603-101-MQ Introduction to College English 2 2 4
    602-CGE-R4 French S. L. Common GE 1 2 3

second semester

(24 hours/week)
T L P
    201-NYB-05 Calculus II 3 2 3
    202-NYB-05 Chemistry of Solutions 3 2 3
    203-NYA-05 Mechanics 3 2 3
    109-102-MQ Physical Activity and Effectiveness 0 2 1
    603-102-MQ Literary Genres 2 2 3
    COM-001-03 Elective course 1 2 1 3

third semester

(27 hours/week)
T L P
    201-NYC-05 Linear Algebra 3 2 3
    203-NYB-05 Electricity and Magnetism 3 2 3
   Choice of 1 from 2
        201-215-GA Complements of Math 3 2 3
        202-225-GA Organic Chemistry I 3 2 3
    109-103-MQ Physical Activity and Autonomy 1 1 1
    345-102-MQ World Views 3 0 3
    603-C04-GA English: Pre-University 2 2 2
    COM-002-03 Elective course 2 2 1 3

fourth semester

(25 hours/week)
T L P
    203-NYC-05 Waves, Optics and Modern Physics 3 2 3
   Choice of 1 from 2
        101-205-GA General Biology II 3 2 3
        201-225-GA Calculus III 3 2 3
   Comprehensive Assesment
   Choice of 1 from 3
        201-295-GA Probability, Statistics and Comprehensive Assessment 3 2 3
        202-295-GA Organic Chemistry II and Comprehensive Assessment 3 2 3
        203-295-GA Statics, Resistance of Materials and Comprehensive Assessment 3 2 3
    345-C03-GA Humanities in sciences and technology 1 2 3
    603-103-MQ Literary Themes 2 2 3
    602-PGE-R4 French S. L. Applied GE 1 2 3

For information

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