Pure and Applied Science

As a Marianopolis Pure and Applied student you receive the best preparation for university studies in the pure sciences and engineering. Our Science and Math faculty are experts who take the time to help you outside the classroom. They support all Science students, even those who are not in their class that semester. As a result, year after year Marianopolis students have the highest average R-Scores in the province and are accepted into their first-choice programs in the world’s top universities.

As a Marianopolis Pure and Applied student you can take enriched courses, choose from a wide variety of electives, from Digital Electronics to Differential Equations to Technical Drawing, and use sophisticated machinery such as the College’s more than a dozen telescopes. And if Computer Science is your thing, you can take up to five courses during your four semesters at Marianopolis!

If you decide that Health Science is more to your liking, it is very easy to switch.

Who Should Take It?

You, if you want to be part of a tightly knit community of learners, who are supported by caring faculty who have an open-door policy and who spread out the exam period over three weeks instead of two, making finals less stressful. Motivated classmates, cutting-edge equipment and engaging extracurricular activities round out this exceptional educational preparation.

Where Does It Lead?

A DEC in Pure and Applied Science is your best pathway to a university program in chemistry, computer science, engineering, mathematics and physics.

SEMESTER SNAPSHOTS

SEMESTER 1

English

Humanities

Physical Education

General Biology

General Chemistry

Calculus I

Depending on track, students will take either: Complementary or French

*Students who are required to take Topics in Mathematics during their first semester will have a slightly different outline. Please see an Academic Advisor for more information.


SEMESTER 2

English

Physical Education

Mechanics

Calculus II

Choice of General Chemistry II or Linear Algebra

Depending on track, students will take 2 of the following: Complementary, Humanities or French


SEMESTER 3

English

Waves, Optics and Modern Physics

Choice of General Chemistry II or Linear Algebra

Science Elective

Depending on track, students will take 2 of the following: Complementary, Humanities, French or Physical Education


SEMESTER 4

English

Electricity and Magnetism

2 Science Electives

Depending on track, students will take 2 of the following: Complementary, Humanities, French or Physical Education

Want to know more?

If you have questions about the Science program, please contact:

Jeremie Vinet
Science Department Chair
514.931.8792, ext. 368
j.vinet@marianopolis.edu

Dominic Lemelin
Mathematics Department Chair
514.931.8792, ext. 360
d.lemelin@marianopolis.edu

For more information on applying

Admissions Office
514.931.8792, ext. 300
admissions@marianopolis.edu