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Pathophysiology & Epidemiology

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Pathophysiology & Epidemiology Certificate of Completion Requirements

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Academic Credit – 9 Units

To earn a McMaster University Certificate of Completion in Pathophysiology & Epidemiology individuals must successfully complete all program requirements, which includes completion of all 3 courses (9 units), participation in discussions, group work and assignments. A letter grade will be assigned, and a grade of C- or higher will be required to be eligible for the Certificate of Completion. There are no exemptions from course work and/or modules.

Transfer credits from other academic institutions, workshops or training/courses are not accepted. A Certificate of Completion is a non-academic certificate acknowledging that the recipient has completed a minimum of 30 hours of education and has successfully completed an evaluation component (exam, project, paper or presentation) that assesses the individuals learning.