MSc Programs

If you’re interested in an academic career, or pursuing a doctoral degree, you will be able to achieve those goals through a research intensive, thesis-based master of science degree. 

A thesis-based master's degree emphasizes original research and research methodology. You will develop and demonstrate your advanced research skills under the supervision of a professor. A thesis-based master’s degree program involves a mixture of coursework, research and an oral defense of your thesis.

[ Highlights ]

  • Build on your undergraduate training with advanced knowledge and skills.
  • Take core courses common to all specializations.
  • Choose specialization courses and electives.
  • Conduct your own research and complete a thesis.
  • Work closely with your supervisor to focus on your specific area of interest.
  • Gain access to a variety of scholarships and awards.

[ Benefits ]

  • Enhance your career prospects.
  • Acquire a firm foundation in public health knowledge.
  • Gain in-depth knowledge and acquire more skills related to your interests.
  • Develop research and analytical skills.
  • Be mentored and supported throughout your program.
  • Tap into financial assistance.
MSc Course Layout

This Course Layout summarizes all of the degree requirements, including core courses, specialization courses and electives.



Course Credits

Maximum Length

Clinical Epidemiology 18 4 years
Environmental Health Sciences 12 4 years
Epidemiology 21 4 years
General Public Health
18  4 years
Global Health 24 4 years
Health Policy Research 18 4 years
Health Promotion and Socio-behavioural Sciences 15 4 years