Science DECDEC 200.B0
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
- Fundamental sciences: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Computer sciences
- Engineering: Aerospace, Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Computer,…
- Health sciences: Medicine, Dentistry, pharmacy, Nursing, Physiotherapy,…
As a pre-university program, the main objective of the science DEC is to equip the students to pursue university level studies in pure and applied or health sciences. This is achieved by providing a balanced education which integrates the fundamentals of science (physics, mathematics, chemistry, biology) and general education (philosophy, humanities, language, physical education).
- Secondary V Language of Instruction
- Secondary V Second Language
- Secondary IV History
- Mathematics Science and Technology 564-506 OR Mathematics Science 565-506
- Chemistry 551-504
- Physics 553-504 OR academic background judged equivalent to the DES.
For students missing the necessary pre-requisites we offer a Springboard to DEC program
Equivalent studies can also be considered, especially for foreign students and adults.
UNIQUE BILINGUAL PROGRAM
This program is well accommodated for Francophones and bilingual students who would like increased exposure to the study of science in English. In the Science DEC program, they will have the option of doing their general education in French. This provides students with a solid foundation for future university studies in English while still allowing them to do their general education in French. Moreover, in conjunction with the pedagogical development in Quebec universities, students in the program can submit their homework and do their exams in the language of their choice.
ADMISSION TO UNIVERSITY
At TAV we believe that challenging our students in the classroom is as important as challenging them in the lab. Our two-year pre-university Science DEC Program allows the students to maximize their learning experience by including many major lab components and integrative activities.
The science program is ideal for anyone considering a career in a number of university science and professional programs.
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