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My average is 84, and i've heard many times your undergrad uni does not matter therefore since I live in Oshawa and would like to save a bit of money i applied to UOIT.

What I'm wondering is, I'm not sure where to check to find the courses UOIT offers, but I applied to their Life Sciences/Life Science management (Honour Science, Biological).

And my plan is to get accepted into the UFT pharmacy program therefore I would like to do my prerequisites at UOIT.

Assuming if UOIT does not have all the courses I need what do I have to do, since the program i applied to is the closest thing I found to biomedical science which provides the courses needed for pharmacy.

Need help thanks!
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@YourAvgKid wrote
My average is 84, and i've heard many times your undergrad uni does not matter therefore since I live in Oshawa and would like to save a bit of money i applied to UOIT.

What I'm wondering is, I'm not sure where to check to find the courses UOIT offers, but I applied to their Life Sciences/Life Science management (Honour Science, Biological).

And my plan is to get accepted into the UFT pharmacy program therefore I would like to do my prerequisites at UOIT.

Assuming if UOIT does not have all the courses I need what do I have to do, since the program i applied to is the closest thing I found to biomedical science which provides the courses needed for pharmacy.

Need help thanks!



I know you're looking for information on UOIT, but I can tell you Waterloo's biomedical science program is very flexible and provides all the courses required to get into any health professional school, including pharmacy.

Cut off is 78%, and there is lower amounts of "competition".
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It is true that it does not matter where you go for your undergrad, considering that you are in pursuing a career in the life sciences like me as well. We have to apply med school after our Bachelor's degree, unlike other programs that can find jobs easily after graduation. So, i suggest you research more from their website and if UOIT doesn't offer the programs u want, go to another uni.
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