University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow, Scotland

Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. It is one of the top 100 of the world's universities and have been named Scottish University of the Year by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018. The University of Glasgow welcomes students from more than 140 countries worldwide and has around 28,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students. The University of Glasgow is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities and is ranked 1st in the Russell Group for teaching (NSS 2018). The University of Glasgow is a founding member of Universitas 21, an international grouping of universities dedicated to setting worldwide standards for higher education and includes among its alumni, the father of economics Adam Smith and renowned physicist and engineer Lord Kelvin.

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The School of Life Sciences at Glasgow University is within the College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences. Cutting-edge education is underpinned by world-leading research in disciplines spanning Biodiversity, Cancer Sciences, Cardiovascular Sciences, Infection, Immunity and Inflammation and Molecular, Cellular and Systems Biology. Chemistry at Glasgow was founded in 1747. The current School of Chemistry has faculty involved in world-leading research fields including medicinal chemistry, energy conversion and storage and Supramolecular, Electronic & Magnetic Systems.

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Bachelor of Science Programs

Students that have completed the AS-Transfer (Track 1) degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the third year of the BSc degree in the program specified, subject to the requirements outlined in the articulation agreement. It is vital the student notifies the University of Glasgow during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Please note: either the University of Glasgow or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time.

 

SPSCC has articulation agreements with the University of Glasgow in these areas:

Anatomy, Physiology, Sports Science, Nutrition, Human Biology

The following programs have the same entry requirements:

  • BSc Anatomy
  • BSc Physiology
  • BSc Physiology and Sports Science
  • BSc Physiology and Sports Science and Nutrition
  • BSc Human Biology

Requirements:
Students must complete the SPSCC Associate in Science-Transfer (Track 1) degree with a minimum 3.00 GPA. In conjunction with the degree, students must have passed the following courses:

BIOL&241, Human A & P 1
BIOL&242, Human A & P 2
BIOL&253, Human A & P III
CHEM&161, General Chemistry w/Lab I
CHEM&162, General Chemistry w/Lab II
CHEM&163, General Chemistry w/Lab III

Recommended classes include:
BIOL&211, Majors Cellular

Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry

The following programs have the same entry requirements:

  • BSc Chemistry
  • BSc Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry

Requirements:
Students must complete the SPSCC Associate in Science-Transfer (Track 1) degree with a minimum 3.00 GPA. In conjunction with the degree, students must have passed the following courses:

MATH&151, Calculus I
MATH&152, Calculus II
MATH&153, Calculus III
CHEM&161, General Chemistry w/Lab I
CHEM&162, General Chemistry w/Lab II
CHEM&163, General Chemistry w/Lab III
CHEM&241, Organic Chemistry I
CHEM&242, Organic Chemistry II
CHEM&243, Organic Chemistry III
CHEM&251, Organic Chemistry Lab I
CHEM&252, Organic Chemistry Lab II

Recommended classes include:
MATH205, Linear Algebra
MATH238, Differential Equations
MATH&254, Calculus IV

Microbiology

SPSCC has an articulation agreement with the University of Glasgow's BSc Microbiology program.

Requirements:
Students must complete the SPSCC Associate in Science-Transfer (Track 1) degree with a minimum 3.00 GPA. In conjunction with the degree, students must have passed the following courses:

BIOL&211, Majors Cellular
BIOL&260, Microbiology
CHEM&161, General Chemistry w/Lab I
CHEM&162, General Chemistry w/Lab II
CHEM&163, General Chemistry w/Lab III

And take one of the following:
BIOL&212, Majors Animal
BIOL&241, Human A & P I

Molecular & Cellular Biology

SPSCC has an articulation agreement with the University of Glasgow's BSc Molecular and Cellular Biology program.

Requirements:
Students must complete the SPSCC Associate in Science-Transfer (Track 1) degree with a minimum 3.00 GPA. In conjunction with the degree, students must have passed the following courses:

BIOL&211, Majors Cellular
BIOL&260, Microbiology
CHEM&161, General Chemistry w/Lab I
CHEM&162, General Chemistry w/Lab II
CHEM&163, General Chemistry w/Lab III

And take one of the following:
BIOL&212, Majors Animal
BIOL&241, Human A & P I

Recommended classes include:
CHEM&241, Organic Chemistry I

Zoology, Marine & Freshwater Biology

The following programs have the same entry requirements:

  • BSc Zoology
  • BSc Marine and Freshwater Biology

Requirements:
Students must complete the SPSCC Associate in Science-Transfer (Track 1) degree with a minimum 3.00 GPA. In conjunction with the degree, students must have passed the following courses:

BIOL&211, Majors Cellular
BIOL&212, Majors Animal
BIOL&213, Majors Plant
CHEM&161, General Chemistry w/Lab I
CHEM&162, General Chemistry w/Lab II
CHEM&163, General Chemistry w/Lab III

Recommended classes include:
BIOL180, Introduction to Marine Biology
BIOL&260, Microbiology