Graduate Courses

Each 3-credit course is delivered completely online over a period of 12 weeks. Courses are designed to bring different and complementary essential aspects that provide depth and breadth to the subject. Students will research journal articles, view videos, complete course-specific tasks and assignments as well as engage in facilitated online discussion forums.

Individual Course

The following course can be taken as an independent* student:

  • SURG 510 – Surgical Care in International Health 

*Any student not in the GCGSC or MGSC programs wishing to take this graduate course must submit an application package to BISC and be a UBC Student in one of the following categories:

Non-UBC students wishing to take SURG 510 are to apply as an unclassified student through Non-Degree Studies. Please see information on Non-Degree Studies application here. Applicants must also submit an application package to BISC by July 15, 2020 for September 2020 enrolment.

GCGSC Courses

The following courses can be taken as a GCGSC student:

  • SURG 510 – Surgical Care in International Health
  • SURG 512 – Global Disability: A Surgical Care Mandate
  • SURG 514 – Surgical Care in Humanitarian Disaster Response
  • SURG 516 – Program Planning and Evaluation in Surgical Care Low Resource Settings

 

MGSC Courses

The following courses can be taken as a MGSC student:

  • SURG 510 – Surgical Care in International Health
  • SURG 512 – Global Disabilities: A Surgical Care Mandate
  • SURG 514 – Surgical Care in Humanitarian Disaster Response
  • SURG 516 – Program Planning and Evaluation in Surgical Care Low Resource Settings
  • SURG 517 – Clinical Research Methods for Surgical Procedures with Global Surgical Comparisons
  • SURG 518 – Surgical Care in Canada’s Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities with Global Comparisons
  • SURG 542 – Directed Study in Global Surgical Care
  • SURG 560 – Global Surgical Care Field Practicum (6 credits)