The next offering of this course will be in September 2014.
Register now. Next offered September 2014
Online course. Relationship of surgery to preventing and treating disabling impairments in lower income countries. Focus will be on sensory impairments (blindness and deafness) and physical impairment.
Under Construction - target September 2014
Starts January 6 - April 8, 2014
-- if you are a Canadian surgeon you are eligible to claim 25 credits for each e-course. Learn more:
Eligibility Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Continuing Professional Activities.
Courses can be transferred into the Masters Degree. You have five years from the date of entry into a Masters degree program. Eligible graduate students who have earned credits outside their current master's program may transfer up to 12 credits (or up to 40 %) of the total number of credits required for completion of their current program, provided that:
- the courses were not used to satisfy the requirements of another degree or diploma
- the courses were not used as a basis of admission to the graduate degree program
- at least a B standing (UBC 74%) was obtained in courses considered for transfer
The time limit for eligibility of courses for transfer to a graduate degree program is five years at the time the student commences their degree program.
For further information please go to the UBC Faculty of Graduate Studies: http://www.grad.ubc.ca/