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Master's of Public Health (MScPH)

McGill has an international reputation for training outstanding population and public health professionals. Our rigorous academic program ensures that our graduates are well-equipped to tackle complicated public health issues.

At McGill students learn:

Master's of Public Health: Program Requirements

The Master’s of Public Health (MScPH) is a 2-year, full-time degree program. It consists of coursework supplemented with a summer practicum, which takes place after the first year.  No thesis is required, but the practicum is followed by a project and a presentation.

Minimum 60 credits required for graduation

◦              25 credits from required courses

Master's of Public Health: Admission & Applications

Deadline for Applications: December 15, 2014

Admission Requirements

Applicants must hold a Bachelor's degree in a related area

Documented proof of proficiency in calculus

Documented proof of proficiency in university-level differential and integral calculus. Applicants having completed this requirement at the CEGEP/College level must upload these transcripts.

Courses & Timetables

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Graduate Studies

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The graduate programs in the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health encompass three broadly defined disciplines.