Graduation statistics - Health Studies 2018

40% of our Health Studies graduatess are starting a career, 52% are attending school, and 8% are doing other activities.

Starting a career (38 of 94, 40%)

Selected job titles

Ophthalmic Consultant Centre, Surgical Coordinator

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Policy Development

Sunnybrook Research Institute, Research Assistant

KW Habilitation, Direct Support Professional

Attix Pharmaceuticals, Operations Assistant 

St. Michael's Hospital, Research Assistant 

Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Project Analyst

Grand River Occupational Health Safety, Operations Coordinator/Junior Consultant 

The Hospital for Sick Children, Health Information Management Clerk

Ontario HIV Treatment Network, Funding Assistant

Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care, Program and Standards Advisor

Robarts Clinical Trials, Image Service Coordinator

Sunnybrook, MyChart Program, Business Analyst

Robarts Clinical Trails, Data Coordinator

VHA Home HealthCare, Health Services Coordinator

Post-graduate education (49 of 94, 52%)

Aging and Health

Queen's University

Biomedical Sciences

University of Guelph

Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician

The Michener Institute

Health Informatics

University of Waterloo

University of Toronto

Health Research Methodology

McMaster University

Health Sciences

Brock University

Health Services Research

University of Toronto

International Health Policy

The London School of Economics and Political Science

Medicine (M.D.)

University of Calgary

University of Toronto

Medical Biophysics 

University of Western Ontario

Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness

Conestoga College

Occupational Therapy

University of Western Ontario

University of Toronto


University of Waterloo

Physical Therapy

University of Western Ontario

Public Health

Queen's University

University of Waterloo

University of Western Ontario

Yale University

Public Health and Health Systems

University of Waterloo

Speech Language Pathology

University of Toronto

Information was not available for 47 (33%) of the 141 Health Studies graduates. Statistics shown are of those with available information.
*meaning that graduates are doing other activities, such as traveling or seeking employment.