Undergraduate Academic Student Support
Science Advising Centre
The Science Advising Centre is dedicated to helping you navigate your science or engineering program. The Science Undergraduate Advisors help students with course selection, understanding program requirements, university processes and regulations, as well as the range of university services available.
Every department has its own program advisors who are available to discuss research and potential career options, in addition to course selection.
The Science Numeracy and Academic Proficiency (SNAP) Centre is a free drop-in, academic support centre for first-year students. It provides free tutoring help with mathematics, physics, and chemistry coursework.
UPDATE: Because of the campus closure due to COVID-19, the SNAP Centre is now closed. Please contact your professor with any course-related questions, and as always, the Science Advising Centre is available to assist with any questions.
First Year Registration Advice
Guidelines designed to help you select courses for your first year of a Bachelor of Science degree at Saint Mary's.
Program Requirement TablesAcademic program requirement tables illustrate all of the required and suggested courses for each science Major, including credits outside the program's subject area.
A visual tree of 1000 to 4000-level courses to help you navigate a path through your Major.
Preparing for Careers in Health Sciences
Your Science Advisor can help ensure that you’ll meet the admissions requirements for your next academic goal. This guide will help you get started: Preparing for Health Science Programs
The Success Maps tool helps you set goals, track accomplishments, discover new opportunities, and prepare for your post-graduation career. Explore the tool on your own, then with your Advisors and Career Services. Review it frequently to make sure you’re sticking to your plan.