The Faculty of Health Sciences Graduate Studies at McMaster University offers eight distinct research-oriented graduate programs each leading to a M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree.
The Master of Public Health program exists within the department of Health Research Methods, Evidence & Impact.
The Program for Faculty Development assists the MPH in employing best practices as well as developing and evaluating its educational innovations.
Is dedicated to the advancement of research and scholarship in health sciences education. It is equally dedicated to the fruitful application of knowledge gained from educational scholarship to the teaching and learning.
The McMaster Health Forum's activities center on dialogue, debate, research, and education, with the goal of preparing leaders and citizens to act to address key health challenges. MPH students and faculty will participate in McMaster Health Forum.
The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT), is one of six National Collaborating Centres for Public Health in Canada. This resource is housed in the same Faculty as the MPH Program and offers added value to our students.
Helps the public health workforce and policy makers search for, interpret, and apply research evidence to their local context.
The MPH Program will be collaborating with the MIEH regarding our environmental-health area of focus in particular.
The MPH Program will be collaborating with SGES regarding our environmental health area of focus in particular.
The MPH Program will be collaborating with DSB regarding our health policy and public health management area of focus by allowing MPH students to take electives in the DSB.