The University of Calgary Undergraduate Medical Education (MD) program is a three-year program. Our application cycle runs from July through to October of the year prior to admission. To learn more about the curriculum and the program, visit the Undergraduate Medical Education (MD) program website.
The Bachelor of Health Sciences Program (BHSc) offers students an undergraduate degree designed to introduce students to various aspects of health and health research. This undergraduate research-intensive honours degree program consists of three majors – Biomedical Sciences, Bioinformatics, and Health and Society – with the course instruction spanning across the faculties of the University of Calgary.
The philosophy of the BHSc is that contemporary health issues need to be examined in a broad-based, interdisciplinary, active manner. The program structure is designed to provide students with a well-rounded background in health sciences that will enable them to pursue further opportunities in the global health care sector. To learn more about the program, visit the Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) website.
The Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Program (CRDS) was established in 1979 as the first of a growing number of disability studies programs in Canada, and one of the first in North America. CRDS was designed to be a small, interdisciplinary and inter-faculty university program, thereby building in an ability to examine issues of interest from a number of different perspectives. Central to this from the beginning has been the perspective of people with disabilities.
CRDS provides education pertinent to a broad range of community-based services that offer short-term assistance and ongoing support for individuals, families and small groups affected by disabling conditions and chronic health concerns to live, learn, work and participate in their communities. To learn more about the program, visit the Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Program (CRDS) website.