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Biomedical Physics

A combination of physics, biology and medicine – a recipe for success in many health-related fields.

The program has an interdisciplinary flavor in the biological and physical sciences.

The four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Physics, only available in English, prepares students for the workforce, to pursue professional certification in health-related professions or to continue with graduate studies. 

More information about the on-going research and activities at the Department of Physics can be found on this website.

Academic Advisor

Robert Leclair

Telephone: 705.675.1151 x 4355

Email: rleclair@laurentienne.ca

Office: Secretary: Curtis St. Jean, 705.675.1151 x 2220, cy_stjean@laurentienne.ca

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The Biomedical Physics B.Sc. four-year program at Laurentian University is focused on the Health Sciences. The program covers areas in Biophysics (e.g. hearing and vision, biophysics of fluids) and medical physics (e.g. medical imaging, radiobiology). Besides these areas which apply physics to the Health Sciences, the students take several core physics courses, namely: modern physics, experimental physics, and electronics. The program also includes interdisciplinary courses. The students get to undertake a 4th year research project with a faculty member. These research projects lead to interactions between the Biomedical Physics students and also with students in other programs offered by the Department of Physics (M.Sc. Physics, B.Sc. Physics, B.Sc. Radiation Therapy programs).

 

Program Highlights:

The students can tailor the program to their specific needs by choosing appropriate electives. In fact in the Specialization, out of the 120 credits, there are 42 credits of electives.

For Current Students

The degree options listed below are for the upcoming academic year, not the current academic year. If you are a current student looking for which courses to take in order to complete your degree options from a previous academic year's curriculum, please consult with an academic advisor.


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