Queen’s University is highly-ranked in Canada for student experience, taking an inclusive approach and offering learning beyond the classroom; this experience includes the most clubs per capita of any Canadian University as well as a robust international exchange program with more than 220 partners. Queen’s research-intensive environment and interdisciplinary program offerings provide students with the comprehensive and nimble skills required in today’s competitive and evolving workforce with 91% of Queen’s grads employed within six months after graduation. Bolstered by the outstanding reputations of its scholars and researchers -- including 2015 Nobel Prize winner Arthur B. McDonald -- a Queen’s education can provide unparalleled access to careers and personal development opportunities around the world. With particular academic strengths in physics, cancer research, geo-engineering, data analytics, and social sciences like surveillance studies and mental health, the university sets graduates up for excellence across disciplines. Home to more than 24,000 students, Queen’s boasts an undergraduate graduation rate of 93%, diverse learning opportunities, a broad range of students services and supports, unmistakable school spirit, and a tight-knit global network of 159,000 alumni in 153 countries. Ultimately, to graduate from Queen’s University is to join an international community of lifelong learners and accomplished leaders.
Upon successful completion of the Humber Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees program (valid only for those applicants who have entered the Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diploma and Degrees as of September 2017), with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (73%) (as determined by Queen's University), students will be entitled to receive block transfer credits towards the BHSc (Hons or General) program, provided that all biology and chemistry courses within the Pre-Health Sciences Pathway were completed with a minimum grade of C (63%) or higher on the first attempt (unless documented extenuating circumstances required a course repeat). Once in the BHSc program, students will be required to take an additional 108.0 units of courses to complete the BHSc (Hons) degree or an additional 78.0 units to complete the BHSc (General) degree. It is essential that all students have an adequate knowledge in the areas of writing, reading, listening and speaking in the English language in order for them to be successful in their studies. For more information visit the Queen's University BHSc website at: https://bhsc.queensu.ca/.
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