The Master of Public Health program features:
- A generalist approach to public health issues with an opportunity for students to select pathways that suit their professional goals.
- Additional areas of focus: public health policy & health management, public health research methods, and environmental health.
- Core and elective courses.
- A thesis-based or 4-month practicum-based (with a capstone paper) program.
- Full-time or part-time registration.
- On campus and some blended learning courses.
- Completion in 16-24 months (full-time) or 3-4 years (part-time).