Chemistry 2223B is chosen by many students in the Honors Specialization in IMS and it is more often taken in Year 2 than in Years 3 or 4.
We recommend that you select at least one of the interdisciplinary courses - Medical Sciences 4100G, 4200G and 4300F/G in Year 4 since these courses have been designed specifically for you!
The constraint charts provide a good indication of whether or not you'll have priority access to basic medical science courses. Anatomy and Cell Biology, Physiology and Pharmacology, etc.) reserve spaces in their 4000-level courses for students in their Honors Specialization modules and you may have good, limited or no access to some of the 4000-level courses offered.
Note: students in the combined BMSc/HBA program should choose their courses according to the Academic Calendar - all courses from Groups 1, 2 and 3 must be completed in Year 4 of the 5-year combined program.
Skip down to "Make sure you check two things ..." and review Combined BMSc/HBA, too.
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).These 2000-level courses appear in both the Admission Requirements and the Module Requirements for the Honors Specialization in IMS.You must achieve an average of at least 75% on this group of courses with no mark less than 60% in any of them.The signature (capstone) and mandatory courses of this module are Medical Sciences 4900F/G (lab) and Medical Sciences 4930F/G (associated lecture).As students in this module have taken a variety of 3000-level basic medical science courses, the lecture course has been set up to provide you with background material that complements the lab.Notes: of the following subject areas: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Medical Biophysics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology.Note: Pharmacology and Physiology are two different subject areas, as are Biostatistics and Epidemiology.If the spaces reserved for IMS students in a particular course fill up, more IMS students cannot register for the course even though the entire course may not be full (error message = "available spaces are reserved ...").If this happens, you have to wait until the Advanced Priority for IMS students opens or Priorities Lift to try again: Essay requirement: You must complete 2.0 essay courses as a graduation requirement.Combined BMSc (IMS)/HBA: neither the worksheet above nor the Program Planning Tool should be used by students in the combined program.Use the requirements in the Academic Calendar, only.