Master of Science (MSc)


Pursuing research for the health of our communities

The Master of Science in Population and Public Health program teaches core knowledge and skills in epidemiological and biostatistical methods and allows students to gain research experience by applying these methods to a thesis under the supervision of a faculty member. Our faculty are leaders in their fields and have connections around the world.

Students can pursue thesis research in a wide variety of topics related to the health of populations and the delivery of health services. The School of Population and Public Health has strong partnerships and affiliations with leading research centres and units in Canada and around the world.
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