Interdisciplinary Oncology Program

Faculty of Medicine

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After 12 months but not after more than 24 months, MSc students may transfer to the Doctoral program (fast-track) provided they have completed the following course requirements:

 

  • 12 credits of B+average

  • minimum 9 credits at the 500 level

  • minimum 9 credits of first class standing

  • clear evidence of research ability or potential

 

A student may try to transfer only after approval of their supervisory committee to do so. The supervisory committee should discuss this at a supervisory committee meeting and indicate their recommendation on the committee meeting form. The comprehensive exam is used as a “qualifying” exam for students wishing to transfer to the PhD program (see IOP Comprehensive Exam guidelines). 

After completion of the comprehensive exam, either within the PhD program or as a qualifying exam for transfer from MSc to PhD, the following form for Advancement to PhD Candidacy must be submitted.

 

http://www.grad.ubc.ca/forms/recommendation-advancement-candidacy

Please submit this form to IOP Program Coordinator

 

If a student transfers from a Master's program to a Doctoral program without completing the Master's degree, the commencement of the Doctoral program will be considered to be the date of first registration in the Master's program.

Transfer requirements (From Masters to doctoral programs)