June 15 , 2010: Changes to the Admission Requirements for Honors Specialization Modules in the BMSc Program have been approved.
Biology 1222 and 1223, Chemistry 1050, and Physics 1020 and 1024 will be withdrawn as of September 2010, and two new half courses be introduced to replace each full course.
The Basic Medical Sciences Undergraduate Education (BMSUE) Program Committee discussed the impact of the introduction of the proposed new courses on the Admission Requirements for the Honors Specialization modules offered within the BMSc Program. In light of the introduction of these new half courses, it was proposed that the Admission Requirements for the Honors Specialization modules be revised such that a minimum mark of 60% (as opposed to 65%) will be required in each of the first-year Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics courses (current or proposed new courses).
These proposals have been approved. Admission to any of Years 2, 3 and 4 of the various Honors Specialization modules within the BMSc Program now requires a minimum mark of 60% in the first-year Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics courses.
The online Academic Calendar will be updated to reflect these changes in early July 2010.
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