The mission of the Department is to advance scientific knowledge relevant to research in community health and epidemiology, and to participate in the dissemination and application of scientific knowledge to the solution of health, health care and health system problems.
To achieve this mission, the Department offers: a thesis-based MSc degree in Epidemiology; a practicum-based Master's degree of Public Health (MPH); a non-thesis based MSc degree in Epidemiology with a specialization in Biostatistics; a PhD degree in Epidemiology; and undergraduate Epidemiology and Biostatistics courses in the Life Sciences Program.
"The Queen's graduate training program in Epidemiology is an excellent choice for your higher education. Research opportunities are diverse, ranging from injury prevention to comparing effectiveness of cancer treatments to rural and Aboriginal health programs. Combined with the intimate and supportive environment cultivated by the faculty, the Queen's Epidemiology program is an outstanding choice for your graduate career! "
Atif Kukaswadia, 2009 MSc Graduate