Addictions and Mental Health (AMH) problems account for five of the leading 10 contributors to the burden of illness in Canada. Professionals from a variety of backgrounds work in the AMH field. The MScCH Addictions and Mental Health field will provide graduate-level education to health professionals who are seeking professional education and development in this field.
The MSc CH program in Addictions and Mental Health is intended for academically and professionally qualified health professionals who are seeking graduate level training in this field. The program is also aimed at individuals with an academic background not in an established health profession, but who have significant work experience in the Addiction and Mental Health field (typically at least five years).
We advise all prospective students to review the general admission requirements prior to submitting an application.
Required Courses (3.5 FCE)
Elective Courses (1.5 FCE)
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Students are encouraged to take elective courses that will enhance their learning experience and/or provide focused study on a particular topic. Please check the DLSPH timetable for a list of courses available each academic year.
If you have any questions about the appropriateness of a course, please speak with the Program Director for Addictions and Mental Health.
Other Educational Opportunities