Master of Science (MSc)

Two years is required to complete all requirements for the MSc degree.

Students are required to take 12 credit hours at the graduate level; including an anatomy elective. Courses are decided through consultation with the student, research supervisor and the student’s Advisory Committee at the beginning of the first year. For each candidate, courses will be selected from those listed below or, where appropriate, from those offered by other Departments. A written thesis reporting original research must be submitted and defended orally. All MSc candidates must participate in the departmental seminar program during training.

The acquisition of teaching skills is an integral part of the program. Therefore, all MSc candidates must assist in laboratory teaching or an equivalent (approximately 20-30 hours) after the first year.

Financial assistance may be available for qualified students for a period of up to two years.

Thesis Examination

MSc Thesis will be defended in accordance with the regulations of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.