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A photo of errol23 errol23
hi guys,
i am planning to go to the university of toronto st.george. now i wanna go into biomedical engineering but unfortunately when i go on einfo or OUAC none of them have "biomedical engineering" in the uft programs. this is weird coz i know there is biomedical engineering at uft. pls help i would really appreciate it :)
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@errol23 wrote
hi guys,
i am planning to go to the university of toronto st.george. now i wanna go into biomedical engineering but unfortunately when i go on einfo or OUAC none of them have "biomedical engineering" in the uft programs. this is weird coz i know there is biomedical engineering at uft. pls help i would really appreciate it :)


It's a major in Engineering Science.
http://www.discover.engineering.utoronto.ca/programs/academic-programs/engineering-science.htm
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tnx a lot :) but why cant i just take biomedical engineering alone? why do i have to take engineering sciences? i mean i dont want engineering sciences .although my average is really high... they require like 90's and im not sure about that :( and i dont wanna learn about all kinds of engineering though,
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@errol23 wrote
tnx a lot :) but why cant i just take biomedical engineering alone? why do i have to take engineering sciences? i mean i dont want engineering sciences .although my average is really high... they require like 90's and im not sure about that :( and i dont wanna learn about all kinds of engineering though,


Apply to a different school, if that's your damage. Guelph offers biomedical engineering, if I'm not mistaken.
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@leviaidan wrote

@errol23 wrote
tnx a lot :) but why cant i just take biomedical engineering alone? why do i have to take engineering sciences? i mean i dont want engineering sciences .although my average is really high... they require like 90's and im not sure about that :( and i dont wanna learn about all kinds of engineering though,


Apply to a different school, if that's your damage. Guelph offers biomedical engineering, if I'm not mistaken.



Ryerson does as well.
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A photo of errol23 errol23
yea ur right :D i cant go to guelph though..too far :P but tnx anyway.. i have to go to uft . anyway ill work like crazy then:D
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A photo of jeong747 jeong747
Make sure that you will be dedicated to your university studies, there is a reason why it's the toughest engineering program in Canada
GL :cheers:
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are you talking about biomedical engineering or engineering science? ( i guess its engineering science lol) :)
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if you really have no interest for other engineering disciplines other than biomed i recommend you to go to a direct biomedical engineering program. You'll learn a LOT of things in eng sci but it would be pretty useless for your chosen career. You have to go through to the most difficult 2 years of your life before you get to major on biomed.
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Biomedical engineering is such an interesting field. Does anyone know which university is the best for this specialization?
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Biomedical engineering is such an interesting field. Does anyone know which university is the best for this specialization?
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