Graduation statistics - Health Studies 2003

In 2003, 51 students graduated from Health Studies and Gerontology. In a recent survey, we found out what they were doing 18 months after graduation.

 39% Employed, 4% Looking, 57% Post-graduate education

Note: Information was missing from 5 (9.8%) of the Health Studies and Gerontology graduates

Employment (15 of 47, 32%)

Selected job titles

Research Assistant, Institute of Environment and Health, McMaster University

Activities Coordinator, Long-term care facility, Aurora

Health Reports Analyst, Canadian Institute for Health Information, Toronto

Clinical Research Project Coordinator, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Project Assistant, CBRPE, University of Waterloo

Health Care Worker, Kenya , Africa

Clinical Research Assistant, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Project/Research Assistant, London Health Sciences Centre, London

Physician Recruiter, North Wellington Region

Research Assistant, Centre for Health Research , Kenya

Project Analyst, University Health Network

Post-graduate education (28 of 47, 60%)

Every year many Health Studies and Gerontology graduates choose to continue their academic studies. In 2003, 60% of Health Studies and Gerontology graduates decided to further their education.

Graduate Studies (8)

Health Studies and Gerontology, UW

Epidemiology, University of Toronto

Physiology/neuroscience, University of Toronto

Health Promotion, University of Alberta

Public Health, Lakehead University

Medical Science, University of Toronto

Health Administration, University of Ottawa

Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto

Education (3)

Brock University

University of Western Ontario (2)

Occupational Therapy (5)

University of Toronto (3)

McMaster University (2)

Medicine (3)

University of Toronto (2)

University of Western Ontario

Nursing (3)

University of Toronto (2)

University of Calgary

Chiropractic (1)

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

Pharmacy (1)

University of Toronto

Midwifery (1)

McMaster University

Veterinary Medicine (1)

University of Guelph

Law (2)

Harvard Law School

University of Western Ontario

Travelling (3 of 47, 6%)