Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Sciences - Honours Only)

Faculty of Applied Health Sciences




Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Sciences - Honours Only)

 

Program Name:
Biomedical Sciences
OUAC Code:
BIM
Degree:
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
Program:
4-year Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biomedical Sciences
 
Program Description:
Recent years have seen success in biomedical research, particularly in the areas of molecular biology and human genetics! Research in this field will result in major advances in our understanding of human health and the application of this knowledge to medicine.
 
This program focuses on the molecular basis of human health to provide you with the skills and knowledge to play a part in this growing field.
Biomedical Sciences draws on the expertise of the faculty of the Department of Health Sciences in the medical aspects of human health and of the faculty of the Department of Biological Sciences in theory, methods, and applications of molecular biology.
 
This program will prepare students for careers in biomedical research, teaching, or professional programs in health sciences.
 
Careers:
Our graduates have gone on to careers as:
  • Biomedical research
  • Further studies in medicine, dentistry, medical sciences
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Forensic research
  • Teaching
  • Other graduates have gone on to complete Master's and PhD programs.
 * Please note that some careers may require additional professional or graduate qualifications.
 
Program Coordinator
 
Entrance Requirements:
Required 4U Subject(s): Advanced Functions (MHF4U) (min.70%) or Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U)* (min.70%), Chemistry (SCH4U) (min.70%), two from Biology (SBI4U), Physics (SPH4U), Earth and Space Science (SES4U), a second 4U math or English (ENG4U).
 
Strongly recommended subject: English (ENG4U).
 
Applicants with 65-69% in Chemistry (SCH4U) will be considered for admission, but will be required to pass a chemistry proficiency test or complete Introductory Chemistry (CHEM 1P00) prior to enrolling in CHEM 1F92.
 
Expected Cut-off:
Low 80s
 
Sample Program Plan
 To see the courses required for degree completion and read the full course descriptions - Check the online Undergraduate Course Calendar
 
 
Faculty:
 
Home Department
 
Level:
Undergraduate studies

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