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M.Sc. in Chemistry (Chemical Biology option) (45 credits)

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Required courses (5 credits)

 

CHEM 650 Seminars in Chemistry 1 1
CHEM 651 Seminars in Chemistry 2 1
CHEM 688 Assessment 3

 

Complementary Courses (11 credits)

 

Complementary courses A

Two of the following (1 credit each):

Course requirements

M.Sc. in Pharmacology (Chemical Biology option)

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Required courses (9-15 credits)

 

List of master's-level courses

Students must complete 45 credits. Of the 45 Master's credits, 39 credits are thesis courses and the Research Seminar course. The other 6 credits are from 500-600 level complementary courses. Courses can be found in the McGill Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Calendar available on the web.

Course requirements

Master of Science (M.Sc.); Biochemistry (Thesis) - Chemical Biology (47 credits)

 

Please note: a grayed out course title means the course is currently not offered this year.

Thesis courses (33 credits)

BIOC 695 Thesis Research 1 (Chem.-Bio.) 6
BIOC 698 Thesis Research 2 12
BIOC 699 Thesis Research 3 15

 

List of doctoral-level courses

 

Registration for compulsory comprehensives (BIOC 701, 702, 703)

All students entering or registered in the Ph.D. program must register for the comprehensive courses (see table below). Registration for these courses is not initiated until instructed by the Student Affairs Officer (Christine Laberge).

Doctoral program

Our doctoral program aims to produce scientists who will be capable of solving biochemical and health-related problems and go on to hold leadership positions in both the public and private sectors.

Requirements for admission

Students who hold an M.Sc. degree from another recognized university (or from another McGill Department) may be considered for admission at the Ph.D. level. These candidates register at the Ph.D. 2 level.


Completing the Ph.D. program

Course listing

Can’t get into a BIOC course?
If you are not a BIOC student and REQUIRE a BIOC course, this excludes COMPLEMENTARY courses, please send an email to undergrad [dot] biochem [at] mcgill [dot] ca, including your name and ID number, and we will verify your records and a permit will be issued the same day for you to register.
PLEASE NOTE: You MUST have ALL prerequisites to take any BIOC course.

Orientation and advising

WELCOME NEW Students!

Please come to Orientation on:

Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 1:00 PM
Room 1034, McIntyre Medical Sciences Building

Take a look at a what your schedule might look like.  u1_sample_schedule.pdf

Academic Advisor Office Hours