Bachelor of Science

Interested in Science? RDC has it!

Benefits of Studying Science at RDC

  • Academic rigor – courses are transferable to most major Canadian Universities (see Arts and Sciences Advising for more information)
  • Supportive environment for students
  • Expert instructors (see faculty page for more information)
  • Small class sizes
  • Opportunities for experience-based learning

RDC Bachelor of Science Programs

Bachelor of Science students at RDC can choose from a variety of programs that will help them reach their career goals, including:

Bachelor of Science Programs 
Bachelor of Science Pre-Professional Programs 

Interested in Engineering? Visit the Bachelor of Science in Engineering page.

How to Plan Your Future Career

Arts and Sciences Advising can help you with the following:

  • Registering in your courses
  • Planning your program
  • Exploring your options
  • Ensuring university transfer

Many first-year courses are applicable to a variety of programs, which gives you a wonderful opportunity to sample different areas that you are passionate about and determine how you would like to focus your career path.

RDC's Career Services can help you with the following:

  • Exploring different career options
  • Exploring future education options
  • Exploring professional schools (our Pre-Professional page has more information)

Connect with Us

Dr. Kristy Erickson | Co-Chairperson/Chemistry Instructor
403.342.3381 | kristy [dot] erickson2 [at] rdc [dot] ab [dot] ca (email )| Office 1607E

Dr. Robbie Halonen | Co-Chairperson/Physics Instructor
403.342.3385 | robbie [dot] halonen [at] rdc [dot] ab [dot] ca (email )| Office 1615

Sue Edwards | Program Assistant, School of Arts and Sciences
403.343.4086 | susan [dot] edwards [at] rdc [dot] ab [dot] ca (email )| Office 1607I

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News

  • The department would like to welcome Dr. Malin Hansen, Dr. Ryan Butler and Dr.Anna Lewis as our new Biology Instructors.  Also to Dr. Alexander Howse, Dr. Amin Komeili, Michael Chi and Travis Boblin who will be teaching Math and Statistics.  Welcome all.

 

Arts and Sciences News & Events

MSPC Grad Highlights Success of Recent Alumni

Media Studies and Professional Communication program at RDC
 Josh Hauta, a 2019 Media Studies and Professional Communication (MSPC) diploma graduate, recently documented the success of the program's alumni in the RDC July Alumni Spotlight, as well as a promotional YouTube video for the program.In his article, Josh interviews former classmate, Hedwig Wiersma, who is currently working for the Town of...

2019 Science Conference Keynote Speaker: Dr. Peter Berg

Dr. Peter Berg – Professor of Mathematics and Physics at the U of A Augustana Campus – will present on Alan Turing and 'The Enigma Story' at the 2019 Student Science Conference. The conference will be held on April 12 and 13. Dr. Berg will conduct his presentation on Friday, April 12 at 7:15 pm in the Margaret Parsons Theatre at RDC's...
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