Graduation statistics - Health Studies 1999

In 1999, 51 students graduated from Health Studies and Gerontology. In a recent survey, we found out what they were doing 8 months after graduation.

 68% Employed, 32% Post-graduate education


Many Health Studies graduates step directly from their degree into health-related jobs.

  • Research Assistant, Women's Department, Toronto Hospital
  • Research Assistant, Cancer Care Ontario, McMaster, Hamilton
  • Report Analyst, Canadian Institute for Health Information
  • Disability Claims Adjudicator, Toronto Group Disability Claims, Manulife
  • Customer Support Analyst, Shared Information Management Services, University Health Network
  • Branch Co-ordinator of Peel, Canadian Diabetes Association
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Representative, Merck-Frosst
  • Research Assistant, Centre for Behavioural Research and Program Evaluation, UW
  • Research Assistant, Surgical Outcome Group, St. Joseph/McMaster
  • Higher Executive Officer, Norwegian Cancer Registry
  • Program Coordinator, Programs Branch, Medical Research Council of Canada
  • Year 200 Project Assistant, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

Post-graduate education

Every year many Health Studieslogy graduates choose to continue their academic studies. In 1999, 32% of Health Studies graduates decided to further their education.

Graduate Studies (4)

Occupational and Environmental Health, University of Toronto

Community Health and Epidemiology, University of Toronto (2)

Health Behaviour, University of Waterloo

Occupational Therapy (2)

University of Toronto

McMaster University

Chiropractic College (1)

National Chiropractic College

Medical School (2)

University of Ottawa

McMaster University

Education (2)

University of Toronto

University of Western Ontario

Naturopathic Medicine (1)

Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine


Osteopathic Medicine, Western University of Health Sciences, CA

Respiratory Therapy, Fanshaw College

Nutrition Internship Qualification