Our Students

LIFETIME STATS

One unique aspect of our programs is that our Master of Public Health program is offered through a blend of on-campus and distance learning. People who are working professionals in the public health field will find that the flex-time option as a period of study, works well to balance home and work life while still providing the opportunity for academic success.  Currently, we have 62 full-time and 96 flex-time students enrolled in our programs.

The Master of Public Health program was established in 2002 and 2013 came the Master of Health Sciences program.  To date the Department of Health Sciences has seen 615 students graduate from our programs!

 

2019/20 Student Stats

The Department of Health Sciences currently has a total of 157 students in our MPH and MHSc programs. This year, we added the Social-Ecological Systems, Sustainability and Health to our MPH program. We also had 27 students graduate this fall 2019 and 61 new students entered the program this September!

2019 Entrance Stats

Master of Public Health = 52 TOTAL

  • MPH General - 13
  • Specializations
    • Epidemiology - 11
    • Gerontology - 1
    • Indigenous and Northern Health - 8
    • Social-Ecological Systems, Sustainability and Health - 1
    • Nursing - 14
    • Nursing with Nurse Practitioner Electives - 4

Master of Health Sciences = 9 TOTAL

  • MHSc Thesis - 1
  • Specializations
    • Gerontology - 1
    • Epidemiology - 2
    • Indigenous and Northern Health - 2
    • Social-Ecological Determinants of Health - 3

 

2018/19 Student Stats

A new academic year brought us, 53 new students, starting in September 2018! We had 20 students who convocated in May 2018, and 31 in the fall. 

 

2018 Entrance Stats

Master of Public Health = 44 TOTAL

  • MPH General - 10
  • Specializations
    • Epidemiology - 6
    • Nursing - 11
    • Nursing with Nurse Practitioner Electives - 8
    • Indigenous and Northern Health - 8
    • MPH Thesis - 1

Master of Health Sciences = 9 TOTAL

  • MHSc Thesis
  • Specializations
    • Gerontology - 2
    • Epidemiology - 4
    • Indigenous and Northern Health - 2
    • Social-Ecological Determinants of Health - 1

 

2017/18 Student Stats

September 2017 brought 63 students to the Master of Public Health and Master of Health Sciences programs. We also had a total of 78 students graduate from our program in the Spring and Fall of 2017. Among those students, 12 graduated with an Epidemiology Specialization, 20 with a Nursing Specialization, 6 with a Gerontology Specialization and our first graduate from the Indigenous and Northern Health Specialization.

 

2017 Entrance Stats

This September 2017, we welcomed 63 students to the MPH and MHSc programs. 

Master of Public Health = 57 TOTAL

  • MPH General - 18
  • Specializations
    • Epidemiology - 10
    • Gerontology - 4
    • Nursing - 14
    • Nursing with Nurse Practitioner Electives - 5
    • Indigenous and Northern Health - 5
    • MPH Thesis - 1

Master of Health Sciences = 6 TOTAL

  • MHSc Thesis - 3
  • Specializations
    • Epidemiology - 1
    • Indigenous and Northern Health - 2

 

2016/17 Student Stats

In September 2016, we welcomed 67 students to the Master of Public Health and Master of Health Sciences programs.  This year 4 students graduated from the Master of Health Sciences program with Specialization in Gerontology.  A total of 47 students graduated from the Master of Public Health program, some of which include specializations in Epidemiology, Gerontology, and Nursing.

The Department of Health Sciences currently has 193 students enrolled in our Master of Public health and Master of Health Sciences programs. 

 

2016 Entrance Stats

Master of Public Health = 62 TOTAL

  • MPH General - 26
  • Specializations
    • Epidemiology - 11
    • Gerontology - 3
    • Nursing - 13
    • Nursing with Nurse Practitioner Electives - 5
    • Indigenous and Northern Health - 1
    • MPH Thesis - 3

Master of Health Sciences = 5 TOTAL

  • MHSc Thesis - 4
  • Specializations
    • Gerontology - 1