The School of Population and Public Health provides a vibrant interdisciplinary academic environment at a critical time in the development of public health in Canada and around the world. It aims to improve the health of communities and to promote health equity at home and around the world by acting on the socioeconomic, cultural, biological, developmental, environmental and genetic determinants of health and their interactions.
The School offers graduate programs for students with a wide range of backgrounds and career goals:
- MHA, Master of Health Administration
- MHSc, Master of Health Science
- MPH, Master of Public Health
- MSc, Occupational & Environmental Hygiene
- MSc, Population & Public Health
- PhD, Doctor of Philosophy
- Residency, Public Health & Preventive Medicine
The School's research and teaching examine local, national and global health challenges in 7 themes:
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