Science at Mount Allison is hands-on and engaging.
A Bachelor of Science degree provides both academic and extracurricular opportunities that will turn a love of science into a personalized path to future success.
You will gain valuable experience through lab work, research projects, and academic conferences. You may choose to:
- design your own independent research project
- complete an honours thesis
- take on a research-based special topic course
- work directly with faculty on their research
Science students at Mount Allison have a rare opportunity to participate in research as undergraduates, a rarity among Canadian universities:
- Approximately 40 per cent of our Science students are directly involved in research
- Nearly 50 per cent of all scientific papers produced by our professors are co-authored by an undergraduate student
You even have the opportunity for employment as a summer research assistant, working closely with faculty to solve complex problems with real-world applications.
You can also benefit from collaborations with national and international labs, including:
- National Oceanography Centre in the United Kingdom
- Mainz Microtron in Germany
- Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (J-PARC)
But you don't need to travel far from home for access to state-of-the-art labs, facilities, and equipment.
You will have access to:
- Mount Allison Gemini Observatory
- High performance computing clusters
- Harold Crabtree Aqualab: Centre for Aquatic Sciences
- Digital Electron Microscope Facility
- ...just to name a few.
Science at Mount Allison:
- Applied Physics
- Cognitive Science
- Computer Science
- Environmental Science
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
See full list of available majors and minors.