Preparatory Science: Contemporary Issues in Health for Degree Programs I and II
This course enables students preparing for degree programs to increase their understanding of science and contemporary, personal and social issues in health-related fields. Students will review biochemistry and the characteristics and basic processes
of life, and explore nutritional science and a variety of medical technologies. Students will also explore biotechnology, pathogens and disease, and public health issues. Investigation of the theoretical aspects of the topics under study will
refine students’ research, analytical, and assessment skills.
The registration is for Degree Preparation - General Sciences. Please check your communications from the Admissions Office to confirm which course you need to take.
Location: Degree Preparation courses are held at our St. James "A" building, 200 King Street East.
- 10 weeks (only offered through daytime courses 9 to 12 pm Monday to Thursday)
- 20 weeks (only offered through evening courses 6 to 9 pm 2 nights a week)
Start dates: May 6 (Daytime)
Information sessions are available:
If you want to learn more about the University Level Courses we offer, please attend our weekly information sessions: Thursdays at 1 pm in room 569D – 200 King Street East.
For more information about the U-Level Bridging program and to book your information session, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (416) 415-5000 ext. 3683.
George Brown College has also signed an articulation agreement establishing exit standards that allow EAP graduates to satisfy English language proficiency requirements at 14 participating colleges, without requiring further admissions testing for
a diploma program. For more information, please see ESL Ontario Colleges Articulation Agreement.