BMSc - Honors Specialization in Pathology & Toxicology


The department offers undergraduate pathology courses and training to medical students, dental students, nursing students, and several undergraduate pathology courses in the joint specialization in Pathology and Toxicology open to students in the BMSc/BSc programs.

Undergraduate BMSc Program

An honors specialization in Pathology & Toxicology is offered jointly through the Department of Pathology and the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology. Students are required to take a number of Pathology courses including Pathology 3240A (Understanding Mechanisms of Disease), Pathology 3245B (Diseases of Organ Systems), Pathology 4400B (Environmental Pathology), and Pathology 4500B (Introduction to Forensic Sciences). Students in the honors specialization also undertake a thesis-based research project (Pathology & Toxicology 4980E) in their 4th year under the supervision of a faculty member of the Department of Pathology. Course materials, class exercises, etc for all courses can be accessed and viewed through WebCT-OWL.

  • Pathology 3240A - Offered in Fall Term
  • Pathology 3245B - Offered in Winter Term
  • Pathology 4400B - Offered in Winter Term
  • Pathology 4500B - Offered in Winter Term
  • Pathology & Toxicology 4980E - Seminar sessions run from September to April in HSA H410


Please see the course constraints for registration in all Pathology undergraduate courses listed on the BMSc web site - http://www.uwo.ca/bmsc/constraints.htm

No special permissions are being given for courses at this time. No waiting lists will be started until extended web registration in August. Please do not contact the department at this time.

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