What happens after your professional Master's degree?
One year after our professional Master's students graduate, the Faculty of Health conducts a survey to find out where our alumni end up being employed. This is completed annually. Learn more about the post-graduate careers of our Master of Health Evaluation (MHE), Master of Health Informatics (MHI), and Master of Public Health (MPH) students.
85% of survey respondents are working in a position that is directly relevant to their field.
Examples of job titles
(MPH, MHE, MHI graduates from 2020)
- Health promoter
- Knowledge transfer and exchange associate
- Public health inspector
- Health promotion and research analyst
- Public health promoter
Examples of alumni employers
- Northern Health
- Alberta Health Services
- Institute for Work and Health
- Office of the Chief Coroner
This program has upgraded my knowledge and skills, making me more employable for the public health labour market.
I really enjoyed the program in the sense that I grew academically, professionally, and personally.
I have been able to move away from my first career (which was neither satisfying nor successful) and am moving toward the work I want to do as a result of this program.