Research-oriented Masters program

The School of Population and Public Health offers a research-oriented Master of Science degree program. Open to students with a wide range of academic backgrounds, the program enables students to gain core knowledge and skills in epidemiological and biostatistical methods and acquire research experience by applying these methods to a thesis under the supervision of a faculty member.

Students can pursue thesis research in a wide variety of topics related to the health of populations and the delivery of health services. Prospective students should review the website to learn more about the research interests and research projects being undertaken by School faculty members.