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Can I change from being a science major to a non science major?

HealthylifeHealthylife Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
edited November 2013 in Study Abroad
I am asking in context of Canada. I am an international student,I am going to complete my undergradute studies in canada. so my question is,Can I change from being a science major to a non science major in canadian universities? Or can I only change major within science faculty? Will that be a problem?
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Replies to: Can I change from being a science major to a non science major?

  • HealthylifeHealthylife Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    38 views, no answer? Please help !
  • nanotechnologynanotechnology Registered User Posts: 2,526 Senior Member
    Not sure this is he right forum...
    Perhaps the one for international students would be more fruitful?
  • lawrencemomlawrencemom Registered User Posts: 210 Junior Member
    I would write directly to the school you will be attending in Canada to ask the question. That way you have an answer from a school contact with their name attached. Without knowing the school directly, it's risky to have someone say an answer here if not sure, and I work in a college where students ask questions like yours all the time. I always tell students to 'go to the source' for answers. You have a great question; go to the source. Good luck, and let us know what you find out.
  • funaviatorfunaviator Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
    good luck..
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