Radiology Graduate Admission Requirements in Canada
Prequisites and other requirements to become accepted to a Canadian university graduate and/or postgraduate degree program in Radiology.
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Prerequisites for Graduate Studies in Radiology
The University of Alberta offers graduate-level degrees in radiology and diagnostic imaging. All other universities offer an MD or post-graduate residency in this field.
Admission to the MSc program requires completion of an undergraduate degree with an average of at least B in the last 2 years. Admission to the PhD program is usually allowed after 1 year in the MSc program; direct admission to the PhD program from an undergraduate degree is at the Department's discretion.
As all graduate programs require a supervisor, some schools require this person to be approved prior to final admission.
Admission to the MD program requires completion of a previous undergraduate degree, with the inclusion of certain courses. Some schools do not require the completion of a previous undergraduate degree but at least completion of 3 years. Pertinent courses include biology, chemistry, biochemistry and certain humanities or social science courses. An MCAT (medical college admission test) score may be required.
Generally, students who are in their final year of medical training are automatically eligible for residency training.
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