Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The Doctor of Philosophy in Population and Public Health program (PhD) equips graduates with the skills necessary to contribute to the population and public health research community, providing a research intensive learning environment tailored to help students achieve their career and academic aspirations.
This program involves a thesis and seven core courses. Students take five to six years to complete the degree.
The PhD is for those who wish to conduct advanced health research, lead a team to perform independent investigation, and teach others how to investigate, interpret and analyze research.
January 8, 2023
Master of Health Science (MHSc)
Master of Health Science (MHSc) applicants must have an MD or equivalent, including dentistry or veterinary medicine, and will learn skills that can be applied to their academic and clinical interests, bolstering their research abilities and opportunities.
The MHSc involves a major essay, four core courses and six electives. Students generally take one year to two years to complete the degree.
The MHSc is for health professionals looking to gain advanced skills in clinical research.
February 1, 2023
Master of Science (MSc)
The Master of Science in Population and Public Health program teaches core knowledge and skills in epidemiological and biostatistical methods and allows students to gain research experience by applying these methods to a thesis under the supervision of a faculty member.
This program involves a thesis, and five core courses. Students generally take two to three years to complete the degree.
The MSc PPH is for people looking to conduct intensive research in the public health field.
January 8, 2023