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In the Biomedical Communications Graduate Program, we have a commitment to academic excellence and innovation in health communication and visualization.

Master of Science in Biomedical Communications (MScBMC)

The Master of Science in Biomedical Communications (MScBMC) is offered through the Institute of Medical Science (IMS) in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, and principally housed at the Mississauga campus (UTM). The two-year program, unique in Canada, is one of five accredited graduate programs of its kind (these programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education). Successful applicants enter the program from diverse and often interdisciplinary academic backgrounds: biology, pharmacology, art, chemistry, physiology, anatomy, nursing, kinesiology, and the humanities, among others. Click here to view the MScBMC curriculum.

Biomedical Communications Minor (HBSc)

The minor in Biomedical Communications is for students interested in interdisciplinary studies in health, science and visual communication. Enrolment and completion of the program requires concurrent enrolment in a science major plus an additional minor, or a science specialist program. Click here for Undergraduate course descriptions.

 

Minyan Wang immunlogy illustration depicting the activation of dendritic cells upon intake of pathogen from intestinal lumen or from within the isolated lymphoid follicle.

Student Immunology illustration depicting the activation of dendritic cells upon intake of pathogen from intestinal lumen or from within the isolated lymphoid follicle. Completed as part of a first-year course in the MScBMC program. Illustration by Minyan Wang.

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