McGill University

Health Sciences Calendar
2004 - 2005

- Welcome to McGill! -

With over 300 areas of study offered by 21 faculties and professional schools, we are Canada's leading teaching and research-intensive university.

Our strength lies in the quality of our students, faculty and staff; the depth and variety of our research and academic programs; the collegiality of life on our campuses; our international reputation for excellence; the loyalty and generosity of our alumni and friends; the beauty of our two campuses; and the dedication and support of our staff. We strive to create an atmosphere that challenges and inspires our outstanding students and faculty from all over the world to achieve their very best. We are committed to growing our strength in each of the core areas while enhancing our support for students and faculty.

We welcome you to join the McGill community during a period of unprecedented growth and renewal. We have begun our most ambitious building program in 100 years. All over our downtown campus new buildings are going up that directly benefit students, including the Trottier Building for engineering and computer science, the new Music Building for both performance and research in music, media, and technology, the Bellini Life Sciences Building and 740 Dr. Penfield. Each boasts new cutting-edge facilities that strengthen McGill's place at the forefront of global innovation.

In addition to attracting extraordinarily bright and promising students, McGill is on a pathway to recruit at least 100 new faculty members per year over the next 10 years. The McGill name, reputation and opportunities are making this a reality.

We are committed to positioning ourselves - and you - for success and an enjoyable community and learning experience. Join us!

Heather Munroe-Blum

Principal and Vice-chancellor

Photo (above)

Principal Heather Munroe-Blum congratulates Maryvon Coté on receiving his degree of Master of Library and Information Studies in June 2003.

- About This Calendar -

All courses in this Calendar will be offered in 2004-05 unless a bullet appears to the left of the course number. No description will appear after the title if the course is not given in the current year. Descriptions can usually be found in preceding Calendars.

The University reserves the right to make changes without prior notice to the information contained in this publication, including the alteration of various fees, schedules, conditions of admission and credit requirements, and the revision or cancellation of particular courses or programs.

Calendar design and production:
Admissions, Recruitment and
Registrar's Office
McGill University
845 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec  H3A 2T5

Published July 2004

Legal Deposit 2004

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