Memorial University of Newfoundland

Memorial University utilizes a slightly different grading scale from what is considered the norm. A 65-79% is considered to be in the “B” range, by both Memorial and ORPAS. Therefore, the minimum mark required for prerequisites from Memorial is 65% or “B”, as per the grade listed on the transcript.

Statistics & Research Methods Courses

 Course Code Title Weight
BIOL 4605 Quantitative Methods in Biology 0.5
ED 2900 Introduction to Statistics in Education 0.5
GEOG 3222 Research Design & Quantitative Methods in Geography 0.5
HKR 4600 Introduction to Research 0.5
MATH 3410 Mathematical Statistics I 0.5
MATH 3411* Mathematical Statistics II 0.5
MATH 4410* Mathematical Statistics III 0.5
PSYC 2910 Research Methods in Psychology I 0.5
PSYC 2911 Research Methods in Psychology II 0.5
PSYC 2925 Research Methods & Data Analysis in Psychology I 0.5
PSYC 2950 Research Methods & Data Analysis in Psychology II 0.5
PSYC 3900 Design & Analysis III 0.5
PSYC 3950 Research Methods & Data Analysis in Psychology III 0.5
SOCI 3040 Introduction to Methods of Social Research 0.5
SOCI 3041 Theory and Practice of Sociological Research 0.5
STAT 2500 Statistics For Business & Arts Students 0.5
STAT 2501 Further Statistics For Business & Arts Students 0.5
STAT 2510* Statistics for Physical Science Students 0.5
STAT 2550 Statistics for Science Students 0.5
STAT 2560 Further Statistics for Science Students 0.5
STAT 3410 Probability & Statistics 0.5
STAT 4590 Statistical Analysis of Data I 0.5

Anatomy & Physiology Courses

Remember that you need one half credit in human anatomy and one half credit in human physiology. You can also use two combined human anatomy and physiology half credit courses to fulfill this requirement; however, if you choose this option, you must use two combined anatomy/physiology half credit courses.

Course Code Title Weight Anatomy Physiology
BIOCHEM 311A/B* Human Physiology  1 x
HKR 2310 Human Anatomy 0.5 x
HKR 2320 Primary Human Physiology 0.5 x
MED 310 A/B Human Physiology 1 x
NURS 1002 Anatomy & Physiology I 0.5 x x
NURS 1012 Anatomy & Physiology II 0.5 x x
NURS 2740 Current Concepts in Human Physiology 0.5 x
PHAR 2002 Anatomy & Physiology I 0.5 x x
PHAR 2003 Anatomy & Physiology II 0.5 x x

*Acceptable course that is no longer offered