As KPU continues to take measures to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff during COVID-19, all Fall 2020 Health Science lectures will be delivered online. A limited number of blended courses will be offered. For more information regarding blended courses in the Faculty of Science and Horticulture, including a full list, please visit FSH Fall 2020 Course Information. For more information, contact KPU's Future Students Office at email@example.com.
The Bachelor of Science (BSc) Major in Health Science program is designed to prepare students for public and private sector careers in health research, health practice, health product production and distribution, and health management. It also prepares students for entry into schools of health or graduate studies.
KPU’s health science degree will offer students an opportunity to integrate a solid lab-based science education with courses geared toward providing an overview of the Canadian health care system. The degree is designed around a core of required basic science and health science courses, complemented by electives that not only provide graduates with a solid science foundation but also with critical health research, communication, and management skills for future success.
The BSc Major in Health Science may be completed on a part-time or full-time basis, with students being admitted in September, January and May. The full program is offered at the Surrey campus, with many first and second year courses normally available on the Richmond campus. Some first year courses may also be offered on the Langley campus.
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