The MPH at UBC paves the way to a diversity of career paths. Some may work for:
- ministries of health, or their health authority partners
- centres of disease control and accident prevention.
- government agencies responsible for housing, poverty reduction, children and family development, transit, finance, the environment, economic development, etc.
- research institutes
- non-profit organizations championing change in civil society – like Moms against drunk drivers tackling new changes to cannabis, child care advocates, Black Lives Matter, etc.
When you graduate, you will have the skills to practice public health, develop health promotion policies for a wide-range of issues, and evaluate existing programs. Our graduates have gone on to work as epidemiologists, research coordinators, monitoring and evaluation specialists, policy analysts, community health nurses, health program managers, movement makers, and much more.