Students experience a smooth transition to graduate studies and acquire, or become aware of, the knowledge, skills, attitudes and supports that will help them succeed.
Objective 1: Enable students to prepare for success in their academic program.
Outcome 1.1: Understand the expectations of his / her program.
Outcome 1.2: Understand essential public health values and concepts.
Outcome 1.3: Understand essential concepts in his / her specialization.
Outcome 1.4: Use e-learning software and skills as appropriate for their situation.
Outcome 1.5: Participate confidently in planning the academic program with his / her supervisor.
Objective 2: Enable students to prepare for success in graduate studies in the School of Public Health and at University of Alberta
Outcome 2.1: Understand expectations for graduate-level programs in order to adapt and prepare.
Outcome 2.2: Understand and / or access resources and supports available at the School.
Outcome 2.3: Understand and / or access resources and supports available through the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.
Outcome 2.4: Understand and / or access resources and supports available at the university.
Outcome 2.5: Understand and / or access information on awards and incentives.
Objective 3: Enable students to become actively engaged as members of the School of Public Health community.
Outcome 3.1: Begin to build respectful, trusting, supportive relationships with students as appropriate.
Outcome 3.2: Begin to build respectful, trusting, supportive relationships with faculty and staff as appropriate.
Outcome 3.3: Understand and appreciate the values and organizational culture of the School.
Outcome 3.4: Understand key sources of information, ways to connect.
Outcome 3.5: Learn about, and connect with the School of Public Health Students’ Association and the School of Public Health Alumni Chapter.
Outcome 3.6: Aware of research being done in the School as appropriate for their situation.
Outcome 3.7: Learn about life in Edmonton as appropriate.