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The OD program is a second-entry program meaning entrants require a number of university courses prior to entry. There are also non-academic requirements that must be met.
- Three or more years of BSc (with five courses per term for six terms, not including labs), prerequisite courses, and overall average
- Optometry Admissions Test (OAT), proof of citizenship, English language requirements, Non-academic application sections, Meet & Greet, police check, and CASPer
- Meet & Greet
- The final non-academic requirement will be a Meet & Greet. See the Meet & Greet page.
- Selection criteria
- Profile of past first-year students
- Factors not considered by the admissions committee
- Deferment and transfer
- Application fee, tuition fees & supplies, housing, meals, and other costs, financial aid & student awards