These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Bachelor's degree (second class) in an appropriate area of study.
Normally the student will have contacted a supervisor before applying to the degree program and discussed a potential research question. The supervisor will be a faculty member who has agreed to support the student's research by providing supervision, space, equipment and research funds. The student is expected to develop a research question with clinical relevance, and to play a central role in project design, data collection and analysis. Students cannot be admitted to the degree program without a research project in place.