If you have taken more than 6 units (2 courses) at university, you are ineligible for the on-campus BHSc program at this time.
High school prerequisites for the Bachelor of Health Sciences degree program:
- Have a completed (or be completing) a secondary school diploma or stated equivalent
- Have a minimum 80% grade in 4U English (or equivalent)
- Have completed any 4U math, 4U biology, and 4U chemistry.
- Have completed an additional two 4U or 4M courses. See specific requirements by province below.
- Have a minimum* cumulative average of 75%
*A minimum average grade requirement for admission to Queen’s is 75%. However, we anticipate the competitive average for admission to the BHSc program will be in the high 80’s.
At this time, the Bachelor of Health Sciences program is unable to accommodate transfer students from other programs at Queen’s or other universities. Queen’s also will not accept applications for dual or second degree students. At this time, Queen’s will only be accepting applications to first year studies.
Applications for the on-campus BHSc program at Queen’s will only be accepted using the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) using the code QH
Please visit Undergraduate Admissions for specifics on these requirements and for details on the application process.
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For provincial specific requirements please visit Queen's University Admissions.
We offer Aboriginal candidates an additional and alternative pathway for admission to the first year of a full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree program, known as the Aboriginal Admission Policy. Aboriginal candidates apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) and self-identify as having Aboriginal ancestry. Candidates must meet the general admission requirements for each program and deadlines for undergraduate admission, including completion of the Personal Statement of Experience (PSE).
Candidates seeking admission consideration under this policy should submit a separate letter to the Aboriginal Community Liaison stating that they wish to be considered under this policy along with proof of Aboriginal ancestry (First Nation, Status/Non-Status, Métis or Inuit). Admission to Queen’s University will depend on the assessment of the student’s program pre-requisites (or equivalencies) as well as the student’s overall average and submission of the PSE and/or SE. The number of students admitted each year under this policy will be determined in the annual enrolment plan upon consultation with the faculties and schools.
For additional information, please visit https://www.queensu.ca/admission/pathways-and-policies/aboriginal or contact the Aboriginal Outreach Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Queen’s encourages participation in post-secondary education by First-Generation students. We offer First-Generation candidates, including Pathways to Education students, Crown Wards, and members of the Boys and Girls Club Raising the Grade program, an additional and alternative admission pathway to the first year of a full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree program.
Offers of admission will be made to First-Generation candidates whose total application shows strong evidence of academic preparedness and potential. Students will be introduced to the contacts and services available at the Student Experience Office and the Student Awards Office during the application process, and upon admission.
Queen’s University encourages students to access these services throughout their time at Queen’s. Students who are admitted through this pathway will be encouraged to make use of the academic advising and academic support services available to all students at Queen’s University.
For more information, please contact email@example.com to get in touch with an Admission Coordinator.