The Master of Public Health program at Queen's University is designed as a generalist program where students can expect to be educated in a number of areas of public health including, but not limited to: epidemiology, biostatistics, infectious diseases and determinants of health. Through this generalist approach, students will gain knowledge in a variety of different domains and will acquire skills that will be applicable in many aspects of public health. Additionally, the Master of Public Health program provides students with two practicum opportunities; the first practicum focuses on providing students with public skills that will be useful in the classroom in their second practicum and in the workforce, while the second practicum focuses on knowledge and skill application within a public health agency or organization.
It is the hope of the faculty and staff of the Master of Public Health program that, while on the program site, you find all of the information you are looking for. However, if you would like further information or have questions left unanswered, please feel free to contact:
Gerri Lyman, Master of Public Health Graduate Assistant
613.533.6000 x. 32234