Information for

PhD Work and Health

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/or to achieving a work-life balance.

You can register in any of the academic units in Applied Health Sciences, including the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, and access courses and resources across the Faculty, e.g., dissertation committee members, to add different perspectives to your research.

For more information on the program, including admission requirements, faculty bios, etc. visit PhD in Work and Health or contact Tracy Taves.