Bachelor of Science (BSc) majoring in Physiology, for students enrolled prior to 2019
If you are enrolling for the first time this year, visit the Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Physiology page.
Some courses offered prior to 2019 may no longer be available. If you began your degree prior to 2019 we strongly recommend you seek advice from the Student Hubs to ensure you are taking the correct courses – firstname.lastname@example.org
First or single major must include:
Second major must include:
*Please note that the course MEDSCI 308 is no longer available for new enrolments.
Stage I courses
While courses in Physiology are not offered explicitly at Stage I, the Department of Physiology makes a major contribution to introductory courses at this level. Students wishing to pursue a degree in Physiology are strongly advised to complete the following
Stage I courses:
- BIOSCI 106 Foundations of Biochemistry
- BIOSCI 107 Biology for Biomedical Science: Cellular Processes and Development
- CHEM 110 Chemistry of the Living World
- MEDSCI 142 Biology for Biomedical Science: Organ Systems
- PHYSICS 160 Physics for the Life Sciences
Of the above, BIOSCI 107 and MEDSCI 142 are prerequisites for Stage II Physiology courses. The other courses will facilitate further study in Physiology (as well as other biomedical sciences) and the prospective student should also have competency in high school mathematics. If this is not the case, taking an appropriate Mathematics course is highly advisable.
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