Suggested Program Sequence
1. Students may also take courses in the summer, when offered. BIOB10Y may be taken in place of BIOB10H & BIOB11H.
2. UTSC students registered prior to May 2010 may follow either the old or the new program requirements. For details please see the UTSC Calendar.
NOTE: Centennial College courses for this program are taught at the Morningside Campus,
located at 755 Morningside Ave., within walking distance of UTSC.
This program requires the completion of 16.5 credits. Including electives, students should take 2.5 credits in each semester of their four year degree. Note that three of the PMD courses are 1 credit (Y courses) rather than 0.5 credit (H courses).
Introductory Biology, Part 1
Introductory Chemistry I: Structure and Bonding
Introductory Psychology: Part I
Data Analysis in Psychology (fall) & 0.5 credits of elective courses or
1.0 credit of elective courses
Introductory Biology, Part 2
Introductory Chemistry II; Reactions and Mechanisms
Introductory Psychology: Part II
Statistics I & 0.5 credits of elective courses or
1.0 credits of elective courses
* Pre-Hospital Care 1: Theory and Lab sites
* Therapeutic Approaches to Behaviour in Crisis
* Professional Issues, Research and Leadership
Molecular Aspects of Genetic Processes
* Alterations of Human Body Function I
* Pre-Hospital Care 2: Theory, Lab and Clinical
* Pharmacology for Allied Health Pre-requisite
Animal Physiology or
(BIOB30H) Mammalian Physiology I
* Alterations in Human Body Function II
* Pre-Hospital Care 3: Theory, Lab and Field
* Medical Directed Therapeutics and Paramedic Responsibilities
Microbiology: The Bacterial Cell
Human Physiology II: Lecture
* Pre-Hospital Care 4: Theory, Lab and Field
* Primary Care Practice Integration and Decision Making
Vertebrate Histology: Cells and Tissues or BIOC32H
Human Physiology I
Introduction to Developmental Psychology
Comparative Environmental Physiology or BIOD65H
Pathologies of the Nervous System
Fungal Biology and Pathogenesis or BIOD96H
Directed Research in Paramedicine
Advanced Data Analysis in Psychology
Seminars in Cellular Microbiology or BIOD43H
, Pathobiology of Human Disease
0.5 credits of elective courses
Note: Students may take any 2 of these D-level courses to meet program requirements. The sequence
here merely reflects current scheduling of courses in the various sessions.
*Course taken at Centennial College. A minimum of C- (60%) in these particular courses is required to pass and maintain standing in the program. Where applicable, you must pass the practical component in addition to achieving a C- (60%) to successfully pass the course.