HSCI 592 Health Sciences Research: Design and Methods
Dr. Laura van Staalduinen, Dr. Lisa Carver
This course will allow students to carry out a research project in the Health Sciences. Students will gain experience searching relevant literature, developing research questions/hypotheses, and designing a research plan and methods. (Note: The primary difference between HSCI 592 (120 hours) and HSCI 598 (240 hours) is the number of hours the student is expected to spend on the project, which corresponds to a lesser scope of the research project in HSCI 592).
Note: This course is only open to students registered in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program.
Please review our guide about getting started on a Bachelor of Health Sciences research course here
Minimum 3rd or 4th year (level 3 or 4) standing, a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher, registration in the BHSc Program, HSCI 591/3.0, and acceptance by a supervisor.
Note: Department consent is required to enroll.
No more than 12.0 units from HSCI 591/3.0; HSCI 592/3.0; HSCI 593/3.0; HSCI 594/3.0; HSCI 595/3.0; HSCI 598/6.0; HSCI 599/6.0.