Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

Western Main Campus

Specialization SPECIALIZATION IN PATHOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY - admission discontinued
Faculty of Science/Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry; including BMSc and Neuroscience - Pathology and Laboratory Medicine



The Specialization in Pathology and Toxicology was renamed the Specialization in Pathology, effective September 1, 2015. Students enrolled in the module prior to September 1, 2015 will be permitted to graduate with the current name of the module. Enrolment in the Specialization in Pathology and Toxicology will be discontinued, effective September 1, 2015, and the Specialization in Pathology and Toxicology will be withdrawn effective September 1, 2019.

This module leads to a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (BMSc) degree. See BACHELOR OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (BMSc) PROGRAM for more information.

Admission Requirements


Admission to this Specialization module occurs in Year 3 and requires admission to Year 3 of the Bachelor of Medical Sciences (BMSc) Program. Students will usually complete MEDICAL SCIENCES FIRST ENTRY (Medical Sciences 1 and 2) prior to admission to the Specialization module.

The 1000-level half courses listed below must each be completed with a mark of at least 60%:

1.0 course: Biology 1001A* and Biology 1002B*
1.0 course: Chemistry 1301A/B and Chemistry 1302A/B.
0.5 course from: Calculus 1000A/B or Calculus 1500A/B, or the former Calculus 1100A/B.
0.5 course from: Applied Mathematics 1201A/B, Calculus 1301A/B or Calculus 1501A/B, Mathematics 1600A/B.
0.5 course from: Physics 1028A/B, Physics 1301A/B, Physics 1501A/B.
0.5 course from: Physics 1029A/B, Physics 1302A/B, Physics 1502A/B.

* Biology 1201A with a mark of at least 70% may be used in place of Biology 1001A, and Biology 1202B with a mark of at least 70% may be used in place of Biology 1002B.

The 2000-level courses below must be completed with a minimum mark of 60% in each prior to admission to the Specialization module in Year 3. These courses will also be used towards the Module requirements. See ADMISSION TO THE BACHELOR OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (BMSc) PROGRAM and MODULES OFFERED IN THE BMSc PROGRAM for additional requirements (averages, course load, etc.).

0.5 course: Biochemistry 2280A.
0.5 course: Biology 2382B.
0.5 course from: Biology 2290F/G, Biology 2581B.
0.5 course: Chemistry 2213A/B.
0.5 course from: Biology 2244A/B or Statistical Sciences 2244A/B

Module/Program Information


Module
10.0 courses:

0.5 course: Biochemistry 2280A.
0.5 course: Biology 2382B.
0.5 course from: Biology 2290F/G, 2581B.
0.5 course:Chemistry 2213A/B.
0.5 course from: Chemistry 2211A/B, Chemistry 2214A/B, Chemistry 2223B.
0.5 course from: Biology 2244A/B or Statistical Sciences 2244A/B.
1.0 course: Pharmacology 3620.
1.0 course: Physiology 3120.
1.0 course: Pathology 3240A and Pathology 3245B with marks of at least 75% in each.
1.0 course: Pathology 4400A/B, Pathology 4500B.
1.0 course in Pharmacology at the 4000 level.
2.0 courses from: Anatomy and Cell Biology 3309, Anatomy and Cell Biology 3319, Biology 3316A/B, Chemistry 2272F, Epidemiology 2200A/B, Pathology 4200A/B, Physiology 3140A, the former Epidemiology and Biostatistics 2200A/B, the former Epidemiology and Biostatistics 3330B.