GUIDELINES FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
The Department of Physiology offers a B.Sc. Honors Program in Physiology in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry through the Faculty of Science.
The Honors Program is designed to prepare students for advanced study leading to careers in academia, industrial research, or for entry into health-related professions. A choice of courses is available for students with interests in particular branches of the life sciences (e.g., cell and molecular biology, endocrinology, cardiovascular physiology, neurobiology and perinatal research).
Entry into the Honors Program from high school requires a minimum matriculation average of 80%, with Biology 30, Chemistry 30, Physics 30, as prerequisites.
Continuation and graduation in the Honors Physiology program requires successful completion of *24 with a minimum 3.0 GPA, in the previous Fall/Winter.
In addition, second-year students must present a minimum grade of B in PHYSL 212 and PHYSL 214 in order to continue, whereas students who are eligible to enter the program in their third year and have credit in PHYSL 210 must present a minimum grade of A- in order to be admitted. Students must consult the Departmental Advisor prior to registration in each year of the program.
Changes in Physiology Honors
Applications for entry into the Honors Physiology Program should be addressed to:
Faculty of Science, 1-001 CCIS
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
CANADA T6G 2E9
(see descriptions of Physiology courses)
Graduation with a BSc Honors in Physiology requires the successful completion of *120. At least *90 must be in Science courses, at least *18 must be in Arts courses and no more than *18 may be in approved non-Science/non-Arts courses. No more than *42 may be in junior (100-level) courses.
Department of Physiology
7-55 Medical Sciences Building
Tel: (780) 492-8090
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New Changes in the Department of Physiology Honors Program
**continuation and graduation in the Honors Physiology program requires successful completion of *24 (instead of *30) with a minimum GPA of *3.0 (instead of 3.3), in the previous Fall/Winter.
**changes subject to final approval