Why choose Medical Sciences at Dal?
The experience and flexibilty you need
Dalhousie's Medical Sciences program will give you the specific skills and knowledge you need to make a difference in fields related to medicine and health care.
In our Medical Sciences program, you'll take the core science courses needed for entry into medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy programs, as well as related graduate studies at many major universities across Canada. As a Medical Sciences student, you also have the option to do Dalhousie's Integrated Science program during your first year, which gives you a foundation in not only core science courses such as Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, Psychology and Statistics, but also the ability to participate in research your first year.
Core biomedical courses provide you with a solid foundation for success in medically related professional degree programs that could lead to one of a variety of careers. Options for specialized training are designed to prepare you for graduate studies in biomedical sciences across the country.
Patient-centered health care is a focus of our program. You’ll take courses in bioethics and sociology of health that will help you understand health care from a wider perspective. Plus, you'll be prepared for the MCAT.
Bachelor of Science (Medical Sciences)
- 4-year Bachelor of Science (Medical Sciences) Degree with Honours
- 4-year Bachelor of Science (Medical Sciences) Degree
Required high school courses:
- Grade 12 English
- 3 additional university preparatory courses
Recommended high school courses:
See Admissions Requirements for more information.
Application Deadline and Program Dates
March 15 – All applicants
March 15 – Scholarship consideration for Fall semester
Please note: these deadlines may differ from other programs.
Length of program
Use our Fee Calculator to estimate the cost of a full year at Dalhousie.
Residence & Housing
Whether you're applying to one of our residence halls or you’re looking for help with an off-campus apartment search, Dalhousie’s Residence and Housing services can help.
- meal plans
- dorm-style traditional residences
- apartment-style, non-traditional
- off-campus housing