Graduate Program
M.Sc. Programs General Inquiries: patholog@umanitoba.ca

The Department of Pathology offers two programs leading to a Master of Science degree. Honours Science graduates with a strong background in biology can carry out course work plus either:

1)  a Research Based Program and thesis (requires an agreement with a supervisor)

  • Prospective student are strongly encouraged to contact and secure a supervisor prior to making an application for graduate studies and/or scholarships in the Department of Pathology.  Please see our listing of potential supervisors.  If you contact one of these individuals, please state your interests, goals, education, GPA, and attach a brief curriculumvitae. 

2)  a Practicum leading to a paramedical qualification as a Pathologists' Assistant 

  • an agreement with a supervisor for the Practicum-based program is not necessary.

Course offerings:

PATH7010 Investigative Pathology (6) The student will complete a supervised project in the field of anatomic and/or clinical pathology, the results to be submitted in an acceptable report. The student will be examined on his/her knowledge in the field relating to his/her project. Prerequisite: PATH 7020 or departmental consent.

PATH7020 Introduction to Pathology (6) This course introduces the student to the basic principles of disease processes, using case models to illustrate mechanisms. A project, essay, or topic presentation will form part of the course.

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