Establishing the best first year schedule helps you set the foundation for a successful Acadia experience. To help with this, your department has recommended the courses you should register for in your first year. Academic advising is available at any stage should you need it.
GEOL 1013 and GEOL 1010L
Our Dynamic Earth, with Lab
CHEM 1013 and CHEM 1010L
General Chemistry 1, with Lab
Introduction to Environmental Science 1
BIOL 1113 and BIOL 1110L
Organisms and their Environment 1, with Lab
GEOL 1023 and GEOL 1020L
Earth History: Global Change through Time, with Lab
CHEM 1023 and CHEM 1020L
General Chemistry 2, with Lab
Introduction to Environmental Science 2
BIOL 1123 and BIOL 1120L
Organisms and their Environment 2, with Lab
You will already be registered for all of the above courses, except for the electives.
For your two electives, we strongly encouraged you to take a non-science course in your first year. Courses emphasizing writing are recommended, and if you are interested in travelling with your degree, German, Spanish or French are recommended.