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University of Calgary Calendar 2016-2017 Cumming School of Medicine 1. Summary of Degree Programs
1. Summary of Degree Programs
Degrees Offered

Undergraduate

Community Rehabilitation

Health Sciences

Professional

BCR

 

 
 

BHSc Honours

 

BA or BSc/BCR1

   
   

MD

1Combined Degree with the Faculty of Arts (Psychology)

Graduate Science Education

MBT
MCM

MDCS

MPath
MSc

PhD

Undergraduate

The Cumming School of Medicine offers a four-year Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours (BHSc Honours) degree.

The Cumming School of Medicine offers a four-year Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation (BCR) degree as well as a two-year BCR degree after an approved college diploma or university degree.

Doctor of Medicine

The Cumming School of Medicine offers a three-year professional degree leading to a Doctor of Medicine (MD).

Postgraduate (Residency)

The Cumming School of Medicine offers various postgraduate (residency) programs that are only available to those with professional MD training. Full details can be found on the Cumming School of Medicine Postgraduate Medical Education website at ucalgary.ca/pgme.

Graduate

Graduate work leading to the Master of Biomedical Technology, Master of Community Medicine, Master of Disability and Community Studies, Master of Pathologists' Assistant, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees is offered by the Cumming School of Medicine under the administration of the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Details of these programs appear in the Faculty of Graduate Studies calendar.