Suggested Program Plan (Thesis Option)

Students in the Master of Public Health with Specialization in Northern and Indigenous Health thesis option must pick a topic related to northern or indigenous health.  We suggest that all students in the Master of Public Health with Specialization in Indigenous and Northern Health program (thesis option) complete the following:

  • Standard Full-time students must complete all requirements within 6 terms (2 years)
  • Flexible Full-time students must complete all requirements within 12 terms (4 years)

 Note: For detailed information about each course, see our University Calendar.

 

Years

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Year 1

HESC 5010: Foundations of Public & Population Health

HESC 5013: Social and Ecological Determinants of Health

HESC 5070: Epidemiology I

 

HESC 5030: Introduction to Biostatistics

HESC 5210: Health Promotion and Illness Prevention

HESC 5213: Environmental and Occupational Public Health

Develop and defend thesis proposal

Year 2

HESC 5214: Indigenous Health in Canada

HESC 5510: Program Planning and Evaluation

 

HESC 5215: Northern and Remote Health and Healthcare

Complete thesis work

HESC 5805: Practicum and Report

Defend thesis