Our Graduate Program offers a broad, multidisciplinary training at the Diploma, Master’s and Doctoral levels in the concepts and methods of the population-based health sciences and their application in the practice of population health, public health and preventive medicine. In addition to training in the core areas of epidemiology, biostatistics and the social sciences as applied to health (anthropology, economics, sociology and political science), students have an opportunity to obtain advanced training in internationally recognized research programs conducted by specialized units within the department such as the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Centre for Global Public Health, the Northern Medical Unit and the Manitoba First Nations Centre for Aboriginal Health Research. As a result, our graduate students have the opportunity to access both internationally regarded researchers and award winning teachers.
The deadline for applying to our four graduate programs is November 30, 2016 for September 2017 admission. Late applications are not reviewed.