In the Biochemistry Graduate program, Biochemistry Master of Science (MSc), students experience an exceptional research and teaching environment that includes a diverse, multi-disciplinary community of research faculty. Western University provide valuable learning opportunities that can translate into increased job opportunities and open doors to many careers. Graduate Biochemistry degrees offered include thesis-based MSc, Accelerated MSc and Non-thesis MSc besides PhD. Graduate students have access to many supports and services. With the state of the art equipment and facilities, students can immerse themselves in research-based practical study and learning.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) is an undergraduate level degree offered at the Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing at Western University. Western's Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing offers two ways for students to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) degree. These are Western-Fanshawe Collaborative Program and Compressed Time Frame (CTF) Program. The Western-Fanshawe Collaborative Program is designed for students applying directly from secondary school, or mature applicants, looking to develop the skills and knowledge to begin a career as a Registered Nurse (RN). The Compressed Time Frame Program is a 19-month course of study geared toward students who already hold a university degree, or who have completed at least two years of university, and have completed specific prerequisite courses.
The Bachelor of Engineering Science (BESc) is a 4-year long full time bachelor’s degree provided at the Faculty of Engineering at Western University. Students have the option to pursue this degree at one of the many offered program concentrations at the faculty. Some of the programs are Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Green Process Engineering, Integrated Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronic Systems Engineering, and Software Engineering. The faculty comprises of approximately 600 students in a welcoming and friendly environment. Students complete a common first year to explore all areas of engineering before selecting their program of choice. They acquire the skills and knowledge they need to become a Professional Engineer and define their academic experience in flexible and exciting ways, creating paths of study tailored to their individual interests and aspirations.