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The Department of Health Sciences provides students with an understanding of the complexities of public health and health sciences through a focus on individuals, communities, and organizations.
Our Gerontology courses and programs will allow students to understand the needs and issues facing older adults, aging throughout the course of life, the impact of aging on populations and society, as well as the impact of society on people as they age. Students will understand the individual and societal influences on aging and their importance to health and well-being.
Our graduate programs will ensure students emerge as professionals and health researchers who will contribute to the enhancement of the overall health of Canadians.
The application intake for the September 2018 Master of Public Health and Master of Health Sciences is now CLOSED! Our next intake for September 2019 will open sometime in October 2018. Click below for more details!
*Preference will be given to applicants who have completed statistics and research methods courses*
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|Charlotte McEwen, MHSc Candidate Winner of Lakehead Leader Award|
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C. McEwen - Winner of the St. Joseph's Award in Applied Health Research
Congratulations to Master of Health Sciences candidate Charlotte McEwen on being the recipient of the 2017 St. Joseph's Award in Applied Health... full story