Degree Division
Occupational & Environmental Health Division
Program Contact
Agatha Blancas

Degree Details

Program Description

The MScCH in Occupational Health Care (OHC) provides academic training in occupational health for health care professionals working in the field of occupational health. The program is intended for physicians practicing occupational medicine but it may also be taken by nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and other health care professionals working in occupational health.

If you have any questions or would like further information about this program, please contact Agatha Blancas  (416-978-5883).

Admission Requirements

We advise all prospective students to review the general admission requirements prior to submitting an application.

Program Requirements

Required Courses (3.5 FCE)

Course/Practicum FCE
CHL5004H: Introduction to Public Health Sciences 0.5
CHL5300H: Public Health Policy 0.5
CHL5904H: Perspectives in Occupational Health and Safety-Legal and Social Context 0.5
CHL5905H: Advanced Clinical Studies in Occupational Medicine 0.5
CHL5910H: Occupational and Environmental Hygiene I 0.5
CHL5912H: Industrial Toxicology 0.5
CHL5690H: Required Practicum MScCH 0.5

Elective Courses (1.5 FCE)

CHL5691H: Optional Practicum MScCH 0.5
Elective Courses 1.0-1.5

Electives
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 MPH Program Director for Occupational Health Care.

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