Bachelor Natural Sciences programs in Canada

Alexander College logo
  • Tuition Fee:
  • Domestic students: $ 201 / one academic hour
  • International students: $ 364 / one academic hour
  • Language:
  • English
  • Ranking:
  • 2712 StudyQA
  • Duration:
  • 4 years
    University of Waterloo logo
    • Tuition Fee:
    • International students: $ 19.7k / Year
    • Language:
    • English
    • Ranking:
    • 434 StudyQA
    • Duration:
    • 4 years
      University of Toronto logo
      • Tuition Fee:
      • International students: $ 34.6k / Year
      • Ranking:
      • 326 StudyQA
      • Duration:
      • 4 years
        University of Toronto logo
        • Tuition Fee:
        • International students: $ 34.6k / Year
        • Ranking:
        • 279 StudyQA
        • Duration:
        • 4 years
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          Bachelor Natural Sciences programs in Canada

          bachelor natural-sciences programs
          Using the University Transfer Program, students are able to explore their interests through 1st and 2nd year...
          Applied Mathematics is a challenging but exciting and practical area of study. As a discipline it occupies the fertile...
          This program offers a traditional education in Geology, with emphasis on the field and laboratory study of the Earth,...
          Astronomy, of all the sciences, is perhaps the most wide-ranging in its content and in its implications. It embraces...

          Most Popular Natural Sciences programs in Canada

          most popular natural-sciences programs
          Using the University Transfer Program, students are able to explore their interests through 1st and 2nd year...
          Applied Mathematics is a challenging but exciting and practical area of study. As a discipline it occupies the fertile...
          This program offers a traditional education in Geology, with emphasis on the field and laboratory study of the Earth,...
          Astronomy, of all the sciences, is perhaps the most wide-ranging in its content and in its implications. It embraces...