Health Science

Health Science at Marianopolis gives you the immense advantage of having like-minded peers, expert professors and many opportunities to round out your education in and out of the classroom.

Use a state-of the art Amersham Imager that allows you to visualize DNA, RNA and proteins using fluorescent, chemiluminescent and colorimetric methods in the biology lab. Generate infrared spectra of various samples with a Fourier-transform infrared spectrometer in the chemistry lab. Take enriched courses, attend seminars, choose from a wide selection of electives, from Molecular Genetics to Human Physiology. And if you are not yet sure which stream is right for you, switching to Pure and Applied is easy.

Marianopolis Health Science students get the highest average R-Scores and the most R-Scores above 34. They are routinely accepted by the world’s elite Science university programs.

Dedicated faculty, motivated peers and a supportive setting where your success is paramount. That’s Health Science at Marianopolis.

Who Should Take It?

You if you want: a supportive setting where your success is at the heart of everything; expert and caring teachers who have an open-door policy; and three weeks for finals instead of the usual two, allowing you more time to prepare.

Where Does It Lead?

Dentistry, nutrition, medicine, microbiology: a DEC in Health Science at Marianopolis is your best pathway to these university health-related programs and more.

SEMESTER SNAPSHOTS

SEMESTER 1

English

Humanities

Physical Education

General Chemistry

Calculus I

Choice of General Biology or Mechanics

Depending on track, students will take either: Complementary or French

*Students who are required to take Topics in Mathematics during their first semester will have a slightly different outline. Please see an Academic Advisor for more information.


SEMESTER 2

English

Physical Education

General Chemistry II

Calculus II

Choice of General Biology or Mechanics

Depending on track, students will take 2 of the following: Complementary, Humanities or French


SEMESTER 3

English

Linear Algebra

Waves, Optics and Modern Physics

Choice of General Biology II or Organic Chemistry I

Depending on track, students will take 2 of the following: Complementary, Humanities, French or Physical Education


SEMESTER 4

English

Electricity and Magnetism

Choice of General Biology II or Organic Chemistry I

Science Elective (Students who have taken Topics in Mathematics during their first semester will not be required to take a science elective)

Depending on track, students will take 2 of the following: Complementary, Humanities, French or Physical Education

Want to know more?

If you have questions about the Science program, please contact:

Jeremie Vinet
Science Department Chair
514.931.8792, ext. 368
j.vinet@marianopolis.edu

Dominic Lemelin
Mathematics Department Chair
514.931.8792, ext. 360
d.lemelin@marianopolis.edu

For more information on applying

Admissions Office
514.931.8792, ext. 300
admissions@marianopolis.edu