Queen’s University

Until May 2011, Queen’s University utilized a slightly different grading scale from what is considered the norm. A 65-79% was considered to be in the “B” range, by both Queen’s and ORPAS. Therefore, the minimum mark required for prerequisites taken at Queen’s up until May 2011 is 65% or “B”, as per the grade listed on the transcript. After May 2011, 70-72.9% is considered equivalent to a B- by both Queen’s and ORPAS and this grade (or higher) must be obtained to meet our minimum requirements.

Statistics & Research Methods Courses

Course Code Title Weight
BIOL 243 Statistics for Biologists 0.5
CHEE 209 Analysis of Process Data 0.5
COMM 162 Managerial Statistics 0.5
ECON 250 Introduction to Statistics 0.5
EPID 301 Principles of Epidemiology 0.5
EPID 401 Biostatistical Data Analysis for Life Science Students 0.5
GPHY 247 Introduction to Statistics 0.5
HLTH 252 Introduction to Research Methods 0.5
KNPE 251 or PHED 251* Introduction to Statistics 0.5
MTHE 367 Engineering Data Analysis 0.5
NURS 323 Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis 0.5
POLS 385 Quantitative Approaches to Political Studies 0.5
PSYC 202 Statistics in Psychology 0.5
PSYC 203 Research Methods in Psychology 0.5
PSYC 300* Advanced Experimental Psychology 1
PSYC 301 Advanced Statistical Inference 0.5
PSYC 302 Advanced Research Methods 0.5
SOCY 210 Social Research Methods 0.5
SOCY 211 Introduction to Statistics 0.5
SOCY 321 Research Methodology 0.5
STAT 263 Introduction to Statistics 0.5
STAT 264* Introduction to Data Analysis & Inference 0.5
STAT 268 Statistics & Probability I 0.5
STAT 269 Statistics & Probability II 0.5
STAT 351 Probability I 0.5
STAT 353 Probability II 0.5
STAT 361 Applied Methods in Statistics I 0.5
STAT 363* Fundamentals of Statistical Inference 1

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
ANAT 100 Anatomy of the Human Body 0.5 x  
ANAT 101 Introductory Human Anatomy 0.5 x  
ANAT 215 Principles of Human Morphology I 0.5 x  
ANAT 216 Principles of Human Morphology II 0.5 x  
ANAT 270 Human Anatomy and Morphology 0.5 x  
ANAT 315 The Human Musculoskeletal System 0.5 x  
ANAT 316 The Human Visceral Systems 0.5 x  
IDIS 150 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 1 x x
KNPE 125 Introduction to the Physiology of Human Movement 0.5   x
KNPE 225 or *KINE 225 Integrative Physiology of Human Movement 0.5   x
PHGY 210 Physiology for Health Sciences 1   x
PHGY 212 Physiology for the Life Sciences 1   x
PHGY 214* Mammalian Physiology 1   x
PHGY 215 Principles of Mammalian Physiology I 0.5   x
PHGY 216 Principles of Mammalian Physiology II 0.5   x

*Acceptable course that is no longer offered