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Major
Macdonald Campus
The Nutrition Major covers the many aspects of human nutrition and food. This is a flexible program that offers you a chance to participate in research and field studies, as well as internships. You will take courses in areas...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Biomedical engineering is an exciting interdisciplinary field where you can use your knowledge and skills in engineering, computer science and the physical sciences to break new ground in medicine and the life sciences....
Joint Majors
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Physiology explores the functions of living organisms. Physiologists investigate everything from individual molecules' interactions to the way specific organs work within the human body. Understanding cell and system...
Major
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
If you are passionate about medical sciences and motivated by helping people improve their quality of life, physiotherapy (also known as physical therapy) may be the right field of study for you. The physiotherapist is a...
Specialization
Macdonald Campus
The Life Sciences specialization is a cross-disciplinary program that features core courses in fundamental biological sciences (animal, plant, microbiology, cell, and molecular) and specializations that range from...
Domain
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Humankind has used technological advances to exploit the environment to its benefit, with the consequence of introducing pollution and environmental damage. This Domain considers the interface between the environment and human...
Major, Honours, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
One of the most significant challenges in the biomedical sciences today is understanding diseases and developing new therapies to treat them. Pharmacology is a multidisciplinary science that deals with all aspects of drugs and...
Major, Honours, Liberal Program
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Are you fascinated with the human body and how it works? Curious to explore its different components, down to the fundamental units of life, and to examine human cells at the molecular level? In the Anatomy and Cell Biology...

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