Associate of Applied Science (Pre-Health Science with a Concentration in Medical Science)

The Pre-Health Science Programme was developed in conjunction with key stakeholders. It is designed to provide a foundation for those interested in Allied Health professions thereafter, providing a concentrated education pathway which leads to a specific Allied Health profession. Initial areas of concentration will include, Pre-Medical Science, Medical Laboratory Technician, and Diagnostic Imaging with many other allied health professions evolving.

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Programme Details

CURRICULUM TOTAL CREDITS: 79

Year 1 

First semester - 18 credits

BIO 1121 Principles of Biology I 4
CSC 1110 Learning Strategies for Student Success 1
MAT 1105 College Algebra 3
CHM 1111 Principles of Chemistry I 4
ENG 1111 Freshman Composition 3
Social Sciences course (1100-level) of your choice 3

Second semester - 18 credits

CHM 1112 Principles of Chemistry II 4
BIO 1122 Principles of Biology II 4
BIO 2211 Anatomy and Physiology I 4
ENG 1112 Literary Analysis 3
Social Sciences course (1100-level) of your choice 3

SUMMER SEMESTER - 18 credits

MAT 2233 Statistics I 3
BIO 2250 Medical Nutrition 4
BIO 2260 Pathophysiology 3

Year 2

First semester - 18 credits

BIO 2212 Anatomy and Physiology II 4
ENG 2212 Oral Communication 3
MAT 1141 Pre-Calculus 3
CHM 2256 Organic Chemistry I
PHY 1121 Principles of Physics I

Second semester - 15 credits

PHL 2210 Medical Ethics 3
CHM 2257 Organic Chemistry II 4
PHY 1122 Priniciples of Physics II
BIO 2222 Medical Microbiology 4


Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Science Options

Humanities

  • Art and Design
  • Art History
  • Education
  • Film
  • History
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Spanish
  • Religious Studies
  • English Literature at 2000 level (excluding ENG 2212)


Social Sciences

  • Economics
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Social Work;
  • Earth & Environmental Studies at 2000 level


Natural Sciences

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Earth & Environmental Studies
  • Physics

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