Programmes de premier cycle nécessitant des études universitaires

Les programmes suivants exigent la réussite d’études universitaires avant de pouvoir y faire demande.

Pour trouver des programmes qui exigent la réussite d’études collégiales avant de faire demande, consultez Programmes conjoints des universités et collèges.

3 programmes

Optometry

University of Waterloo

Professionnel

Help preserve and enhance vision as an optometrist. After 3 years in a Bachelor of Science program, you can apply to Canada’s only Doctor of Optometry degree program taught in English. Learn about ocular health and disease, optics and vision while applying your knowledge in clinical settings. Recommended Waterloo programs to meet requirements include Honours Science, Biomedical Sciences, and Biology.

The professional Doctor of Optometry program is 4 years in length, not including the minimum 3 years of university studies needed prior to entry.

Pharmacy

University of Waterloo

Professionnel

Pharmacists are medication experts who identify, resolve, and prevent medication-related problems for their patients. Many pharmacists work in community pharmacies, but they also provide care in hospitals, family health teams, and long-term care facilities, often collaborating closely with other health professionals.

As the only co-op pharmacy program in Canada, you'll get paid, hands-on experience throughout your studies. Spend co-op work terms at a community pharmacy practice or choose to explore careers in industry and government.

Recommended Waterloo programs to meet requirements include Honours Science, Biomedical Sciences, and Biology. The professional Doctor of Pharmacy program is 4 years in length, not including the minimum 2 years of university studies needed prior to entry.

Social Work

University of Waterloo

Premier cycle

The Bachelor of Social Work is offered as a full-time or part-time professional degree program at Renison University College, which is located on the University of Waterloo campus. The program prepares students for ethical, critically reflective, anti-oppressive, competent, and accountable social work practice. Waterloo's BSW distinguishes itself through strong academics as well as a hands-on, skills-oriented approach to social work practice.

Admission requirements include successful completion of either a 3- or 4-year undergraduate university degree (Bachelor of Arts or equivalent) from an accredited university, with a 70% average and at least 6.0 academic units (12 one-semester courses) in the social sciences, including 10 prerequisite courses listed on the Renison University College website or their equivalents.

Conditional Admission to Social Work:
Minimum 75% overall average in Social Service Worker diploma; resumé; references; personal statement. Social Service Worker diploma graduates (or equivalent) can apply directly to Social Work and may qualify for admission to the program conditional upon completion of the 3-year general degree in Social Development Studies, overall average 70% (including 75% overall average in specific required courses). uwaterloo.ca/future-students/pathways