Graduate Programs
 

PhD Program

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) program is designed to produce individuals who will teach in the community health sciences, train other researchers, design and execute major research projects, and serve as senior advisors and consultants in the area of health care policy and planning. 

PhD Candidacy Exam Schedule for 2017-2018

PhD Course Requirements

PhD Timelines and Forms
PhD Selection Committee Report
PhD Program of Study & Appointment of Advisory Committee
PhD Thesis Proposal Form

PhD Guide for Arranging Proposal Defense
PhD Guide for Arranging Final Defense
PhD Candidacy Exam Study Guide


MSc Program

Our two master’s programs, the Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degrees, are intended to satisfy the demand of local, regional, provincial and federal health departments for trained community health professionals.  Both Master’s level programs provide core training in epidemiology, public health, health policy planning, and health administration.  The M.Sc. program has a research focus requiring completion of a thesis

MSc Course Requirements

MSc Timelines and Forms
MSc Guide for Arranging Proposal Defense
MSc Guide for Arranging Final Defense


MPH Program

Our two master’s programs, the Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degrees, are intended to satisfy the demand of local, regional, provincial and federal health departments for trained community health professionals.  Both Master’s level programs provide core training in epidemiology, public health, health policy planning, and health administration. The M.P.H. program has a field-placement / practicum integrating applied public health concepts.

MPH Course Requirements

MPH Step-by-Step Guide for Students
Field Placement - Agreement
Field Placement - Supervisor Information
Field Placement - Performance Appraisal
MPH Guide for Arranging Field Placement Presentation
Field Placement - Student Final Report


MSc Biostatistics Concentration Program

In November 2014, Department Council approved MSc concentration in biostatistics. The concentration requires students to complete all core courses in the current MSc program, and to take required and elective courses in statistics and biostatistics. In addition, students seeking to achieve this concentration must complete a thesis whose content emphasizes the development and application of statistical methods in the health sciences.

MSc Concentration in Biostatistics Course Requirements


 

DipPH Program

The Diploma in Population Health (Dip.PH) is course based and aims to provide clinicians and managers in provincial and regional health authorities core knowledge and skills in population health sciences, including epidemiology and biostatistics. This training will produce better-informed consumers of health research data.

DipPH Course Requirements