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Articulation: Pre-Health Certification from Mohawk College

The Mohawk/Laurier Pre-Health Articulation Agreement aims to grant admission to those students who graduate from Mohawk College’s Pre-Health Certificate into Laurier’s Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) in Community Health at our Brantford campus. The articulation allows for Pre-Health students graduating with an overall 75% average and a 75% in the math courses (which includes two courses: MATH10008: Pre-Health Math 1 and MATH10009: Pre-Health Math 2) will gain admission to the BASc.

In addition, students will be granted 2.5 transfer credits towards the BASc program.

There are several concentrations and program journeys you can follow as a student enrolled in our Community Health program, so please speak directly with Admissions and Academic Advising to find out which options and courses best suit your interests and career goals.

Brantford Foundations

  • BF190: Modernity and the Contemporary World
  • BF199: Academic Literacy: Humanities
  • BF290: Modernity: Critique and Resistance
  • BF299: Academic Literacy: Social Sciences

Community Health Required Courses

  • BI110: Unifying Life Processes
  • BI111: Biological Diversity and Evolution
  • BI236: Cell Biology
  • CH110: Fundamentals of Chemistry I
  • CH111: Fundamentals of Chemistry II
  • HS102: An Introduction to Public Health
  • HS200: Social Determinants of Health
  • HS201: Canadian Health Care Systems
  • HS202: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • HS204: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
  • HS220: Epidemiology and Public Health
  • HS300: Infection and Immunity
  • HS301: Occupational Health and Safety
  • HS314: Health Promotion
  • HS321: Health Program Evaluation
  • HS322: Health Policy
  • HS324: Biostatistics
  • HS409: Infection Control and Prevention

One of:

  • HS401*: Current Developments in Health Studies
  • HS402*: Health Studies Practicum

Electives

Public Health Electives

Three of:

  • CH202: Organic Chemistry I: Fundamentals
  • HS206: Genetics and the Human Genome
  • HS303: Environment and Health
  • HS304: Nutrition and Metabolism
  • HS308: Parasitology for Public Health
  • HS315: Pathophysiology
  • HS326: Human Pharmacology
  • HS333: Forensic Laboratory Methods I
  • HS334: Forensic Laboratory Methods II
  • HS340: Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology

Community Health Electives

Two of:

  • HS208: Autism: Individual and Social Issues across the Spectrum
  • HS219: Critical Disabilities Studies
  • HS227: Aging: Realities and Myths
  • HS250: Medicalization
  • HS266: Health and Nutrition
  • HS302: Issues in Mental Health
  • HS305: Development of the Health Professions
  • HS307: Child and Youth Health
  • HS312: Mental Health and Justice
  • HS325: Qualitative Methods in Health Research
  • HS329: Global Health and Social Justice
  • HS331: Gerontology
  • HS344: Health and Gender
  • HS347: The Body
  • HS405: Special Topics in Health
  • HS408: Power, Politics and Health
  • HS410: Death and Dying
  • HS411: Critical Perspectives on Sexuality, Health and Society
  • HS412: Directed Studies
  • PP217: Medical Ethics

General Electives

  • 0.5 additional credits from any discipline

Learn More About Transferring to Laurier

If you have additional questions about your transition to Laurier, financial aid for transfer students or transfer credit evaluation, visit our transfer students website. If you are interested in transferring into this program with an academic history different than what is outlined above, apply using the 105 application form and your transfer credits will be assessed on an individual basis and reported to you, along with your offer letter, upon admission to Laurier.

Note: Not all program requirements are reflected in these pathway descriptions. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all academic program and course requirements have been met. Refer to regulations in the academic calendar and connect with an academic advisor once you have accepted your offer.

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