Master of Science (MSc) in Cellular and Molecular Medicine with research project

Program at a glance

  • 1-year program (12 consecutive months)
  • This program includes MED 8166, 6 elective course units in cellular and molecular medicine (CMM) at the graduate level, 6 elective course units in biochemistry (BCH), cellular and molecular medicine (CMM), microbiology and immunology (MIC), or neuroscience (NSC) at the graduate level, the seminar course MED 5301 and the research project activity MED 5900.
  • The following course sequences show you which courses you should take for your particular program and in which term you should take them. They help you plan your course schedule.
    • Course sequences are only guidelines.
    • Some graduate courses are offered every year, others in alternating years.
  • Visit My Academic Requirements in uoZone to make sure you enrol in all courses or activities you need to obtain your degree.

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Year 1 Course Sequence

First Term

Courses

  • Optional course units in Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) at the graduate level
  • Optional course units in Biochemistry (BCH), Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM), Microbiology and Immunology (MIC), or Neuroscience (NSC) at the graduate level
  • MED 8166 Professionalism and Professional Skills
  • MED 5301 Seminar
Second Term

Courses

  • Optional course units in Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) at the graduate level
  • Optional course units in Biochemistry (BCH), Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM), Microbiology and Immunology (MIC), or Neuroscience (NSC) at the graduate level
  • MED 5301 Seminar
  • MED 5900 Research Project
Third Term

Courses

  • (If required) Optional course units in Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) at the graduate level
  • (If required) Optional course units in Biochemistry (BCH), Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM), Microbiology and Immunology (MIC), or Neuroscience (NSC) at the graduate level
  • MED 5900 Research Project
Notes for Year 1
Graduate Courses
  • In some cases, we may cancel classes with low enrolment or convert them into Directed Studies.
  • Some graduate courses are offered every year, others in alternating years.
  • There are no CMM graduate courses available during the spring/summer term (excluding seminars and research activities).
  • MED 8166 is compulsory for all students enrolled in an MSc program and attendance is mandatory for all workshops. This course is only offered during the fall term.
MED 5900 & MED 5301: Continuous activities
  • Once you have enrolled for the first time in a continuing activity such as the seminar course or for the research project, you must maintain your enrolment until the activity is completed.
  • Enrolment to continuous activities
    • MED 5301 and MED 5900: Enrolment to MED 5301 and MED 5900 is not automatic. Every term, you must go to your uoZone to enrol to this continuous activity before the deadline.
MED 5301: Seminar Series
  • You must attend a minimum of 20 seminars during the fall and winter terms, and track your seminar attendance using the Student Seminar Report.
  • Submit this form by email to the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office at grad.med@uOttawa.ca before April 30.
  • As part of the requirements of the Seminar Series, you must present a poster and a seminar.

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Disclaimer

The above should match the information found in the official program calendar (and related archives), under ‘program requirements’. However, despite our rigorous control procedures, we cannot guarantee complete accuracy.

  • In the event of a discrepancy between the content on this page and the official calendar, the calendar takes precedence and is the authoritative source.
  • Please note that you must follow the program requirements in effect in the calendar year of your first enrolment. Additional requirements may apply.
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