Pivot to blended learning
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020, the MHA program quickly transitioned to online learning. Our main priority continues to be the safety of our students, staff and faculty, while delivering high-quality teaching and learning.
Moving health care and leadership courses towards new formats and options
COVID-19 has disrupted traditional education models and changed how we teach. By keeping up with best practices in educational technology, instructional skills and use of online platforms, our model is continuously evolving to provide the best education possible.
For our 2022 course schedule, most of our courses will return to in-person instruction, with a few hybrid and online courses.
Creating connection and engagement
Ensuring MHA students continue to have meaningful engagement with their peers and faculty is a critical priority for us. We are working hard to optimize MHA students’ learning experience across all our delivery formats, with breakout groups, collaborative online tools and recorded lectures.
Innovation and transformation
There are positive changes and innovations happening now in healthcare and education. These may have taken years to achieve if not for the pandemic. Disruptive innovation is creating an evolution in how we deliver health education and transforming how health care professionals learn, teach and leverage technology. It is a challenging and exciting time to be a public health leader and learner.
Learn more about ou program schedule for the 24-month program
For more information on COVID-19 and UBC’S Response: Find the latest SPPH and UBC updates for students, faculty and staff.