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Research-based degree programs

MSc in Public Health and Health Systems 

Full- or part-time | On campus | Thesis-based

The MSc in Public Health and Health Systems program provides a trans-disciplinary, population health approach to addressing health and health system challenges in Canada and around the world. Our approach focusses on improving the health of the population across the lifespan and on reducing inequalities affecting the health of various subpopulations. You'll learn how to use research to improve the management and accountability of health promotion programs, and health or healthcare systems.

PhD in Public Health and Health Systems

Full- or part-time | On campus | Thesis-based

The PhD in Public Health and Health Systems program offers a trans-disciplinary, population health approach to addressing health and health system challenges in Canada and around the world. The program will provide you with an interdisciplinary focus, specialized training, and advanced research skills. You'll add further depth and specialization to your work through the research apprenticeship model.

Collaborative PhD Aging, Health and Well-being

Full- or part-time | On campus | Thesis-based

The PhD in Aging, Health and Well-being provides you with an interdisciplinary platform upon which to develop a broad understanding of issues related to the health and well-being of our aging population. You can register in any of the academic units in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and access courses and resources across the Faculty, including dissertation committee members, who can add different perspectives to penetrating research problems.

Collaborative PhD Work and Health

Full- or part-time | On campus | Thesis-based

The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) is committed to the prevention of illness and injury, optimization of health, and quality of life. The PhD in Work and Health provides an interdisciplinary platform for investigating these issues as they relate to safe, healthy work environments and to achieving a work-life balance. You can register in any of the academic units in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and access courses and resources across the Faculty, including dissertation committee members, to add different perspectives to your research.