Associate of Science

Alexander College, Canada
Associate of Science
Next enrollment cycle May 2024 See all cycles
First Year Fee KES 2,035,671
Course Accredited By DQAB
2 Years Online and On-campus Undergraduate Associate Degree

Students within the Associate of Science Degree program will gain multi-disciplinary knowledge of natural and applied sciences, and develop their critical thinking and research skills. 

  • The program provides a comprehensive learning experience that also allows students to customize and focus their coursework in an area of personal interest such as biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, or physics.
  • Students can also fulfill a significant portion of their course work requirements for first year engineering and engineering diploma programs.
  • The Associate of Science Degree is a two-year undergraduate degree offered by many institutions in the province of British Columbia and beyond. The Associate Degree program is designed to provide broad-based knowledge and experiences in preparation for entering the workforce, or as a foundation for further undergraduate study.

Enrollment Cycles

  • May 2024
  • July 2024
  • September 2024
  • January 2025

Entry Requirements

The Associate of Science degree program consists of the following course requirements, which must be completed with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater.

I. 6 credits in first-year English

II. 6 credits in mathematics

III. 36 credits in science which shall include:

  • 12 credits in first-year science
  • 18 or more credits in second-year science in at least two subject areas
  • 6 additional credits in science

IV. 6 credits in arts, science, or other areas

V. 6 credits in arts

  • The Associate of Science Degree is a foundational degree consisting of 60 credits in total, typically completed over a two-year period.
  • The credits must include a minimum of 36 credits in science at first and second-year level in the disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering physics.

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