Epidemiology 2200B is required in Year 2 if you want to take 3000-level courses in Biostatistics or Epidemiology in Year 3.
Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B is required in Year 2 if you want to take 3000-level courses in Microbiology and Immunology in Year 3.
You must achieve an average of at least 75% on this group of courses with no mark less than 60% in any of them.
An average of 75% may be required if more students apply than there are spaces available: Before you graduate with an Honors Specialization in IMS, you must take another 0.5 course in Chemistry numbered 2100-3999 or a half course from Group 1 or 2.
If you believe an error has been made in the evaluation of your application, you may submit an appeal using the form available here (PDF).
Appeals for 2020 admission are due by March 1, 2020.Ethics in health 2610), so make sure you see what you'll be taking before using your electives on essay classes, unless you like writing them!The worksheet below should be used as a guide for course selection for students pursuing the Honors Specialization in IMS.Do not set yourself up to have the prerequisites for only four half courses from the various basic medical sciences at the 4000-level for Year 4, only to discover that one of them is not offered next year or you do not have a chance of getting into some of these half courses (due to constraints and reserved spaces in 4000-level courses).to help determine if the Group 1 courses you plan to take will provide you with the prerequisites for 4000-level basic medical science courses and what your chances will be of securing spots in the courses in Year 4.Use the requirements in the Academic Calendar, only.See the of the Honors Specialization in IMS on June 27, 2019.Over the span of Years 2 - 4, the 10.0 courses required for the Honors Specialization in IMS are taken along with 5.0 optional courses (if you take Physiology and Pharmacology 3000E as your Group 3 requirement, then you have 10.5 courses in your module and 4.5 optional courses).Each tab below contains the modular courses you must take in that year, as well as additional advice and tips about planning your course selection.Western Sociology has a historic strength and commitment to research excellence in the field of Population Dynamics and Social Inequality. levels in the theoretical and empirical study of various dimensions of Population Dynamics and Social Inequality.Our productive and internationally recognized faculty publish in the discipline's most prestigious journals. Western Sociology is also home to award-winning teachers and offers undergraduate programs in both Sociology and Criminology.