The Honors Specializations listed above may only be completed within the BMSc program (BMSc Honors degree). The Major in Medical Cell Biology, when combined with another Major offered by one of the Basic Medical Science departments or the Major in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS), may only be completed within the BMSc program (BMSc Honors or BMSc degree).
Students do not register in modules leading to a BMSc degree until they are admitted to Year 3 of the BMSc Program. For more information, see BMSc PROGRAM and MODULES OFFERED IN THE BMSc PROGRAM.
A Major in Medical Cell Biology can either be taken alone or combined with modules from other faculties to earn degrees such as BSc, BHSc or BA degrees. For example, a student may obtain a BSc(Honors) degree with a Major in Medical Cell Biology and a Major chosen from either the Faculty of Science or another faculty. Alternatively, a student may elect to pursue a 4-year BSc degree with a Major in Medical Cell Biology.
Science/BMSc Internship Program
The Science/BMSc Internship Program includes a series of preparatory sessions, an 8-16 month practical career-related experience in an employment setting, and a post-internship component. All students enrolled in the 3rd year of a 4-year undergraduate Science or Basic Medical Science Honors Specialization, Specialization, or in a Major + Major combination [where at least one of the Majors is in Science or Basic Medical Science] are eligible to enroll in the Science/BMSc Internship Program, if they satisfy the eligibility requirements. For more details, see SCIENCE/BMSc INTERNSHIP PROGRAM.