Master of Public Health (MPH)

MPH: Epidemiology

The MPH in Epidemiology provides a solid base in epidemiological methods, an understanding of the breadth of community health and opportunities for applied experiential learning in epidemiologic practice, research and policy. The degree program is intended for students who want a research career (including the pursuit of a PhD in epidemiology), and those who want to work in an applied public health setting.

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MPH: Family and Community Medicine

There is a very important interface between public health and primary care clinical practice1,2. It has been established that the health of a population is directly related to the availability of primary care services3. Delivery of primary care services is an important determinant of health and is therefore a global public health priority.

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MPH: Indigenous Health

Examine Indigenous health issues from multiple perspective and world-views and engage in land-based learning, traditional medicine teachings, interaction with Elders, and community engagement.

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MPH: Nutrition and Dietetics

The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly Community Nutrition) offers students the opportunity to develop expertise in nutrition practice from a wide range of perspectives within the health system, from disease prevention to palliation.

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MPH: Occupational and Environmental Health

The MPH degree in the field of Occupational and Environmental Health (OEH) is offered in two options: a professional training option in occupational hygiene, and a research training option in occupational or environmental health.

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MPH: Social and Behavioural Health Sciences (Health Promotion)

Founded in 1979, the MPH Program in the field of Social and Behavioural Health Sciences (Health Promotion) is a professional (non-thesis) graduate program, preparing its graduates for a wide range of career positions found at all levels of government as well as community health-relevant agencies.

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