The Health Research Methodology Program is offered at both the MSc and
HRM at the MSc level aims to develop and refine critical and scholarly skills in the methodological aspects of applied clinical and health systems research. The specific skill domains include:
Students may opt for the thesis-based or course-based MSc degree. Individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds and disciplines are eligible for admission.
Health care professionals who
Students who enter the MSc program from non-clinical backgrounds may:
HRM at the PhD level aims to prepare students for independent scholarly work that results in the creation of new knowledge relevant to enhancing the health of Canadians. Graduates possess advanced methodological skills that enable them to engage in a broad range of research investigations relevant to applied clinical and/or health systems issues.
Program objectives are achieved through a combination of
In their dissertation work, students undertake scholarly inquiry with particular emphasis on methodologic issues.
Students are expected to either:
PhD graduates are expected to assume leadership positions in health research methodology within academic as well as in the public and private sectors, and to contribute to the solution of clinical and health system problems nationally and beyond.
Why Pursue a Graduate Degree?
Find out more about HRM and other FHS grad programs from current students:
HRM Graduate Student Ambassador
Please find more information on this HSGS initiative here.
PhD Student Daeria Lawson, is the HRM Student Ambassador. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
The best way to contact Student Ambassador's is via e-mail. Please put "Question to Ambassador" in the subject line to ensure that your message does not get lost. Please also note that all ambassadors are volunteers as well as current graduate students with busy schedules, so kindly allow 48 hours for their responses.
The HRM Program offers students the opportunity to specialize in one of three fields. The fields of specialization are:
All offered at the MSc and