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Master of Public Health (Specialization in Indigenous and Northern Health) Course (TB)

Students must complete a total of 7.0 FCEs, including a 400-hour practicum in the area of indigenous and northern health. Program requirements include:
 
(a) Required Courses
Health Sciences 5010 - Foundations of Public and Population Health (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5013 - Social and Ecological Determinants of Health (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5030 - Introduction to Biostatistics (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5070 - Epidemiology I (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5210 - Health Promotion and Illness Prevention (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5213 - Environmental and Occupational Public Health (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5214 - Indigenous Health in Canada (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5215 - Northern and Remote Health and Healthcare (0.5 FCE)
Health Sciences 5510 - Program Planning and Evaluation (0.5 FCE)

(b) Electives
Two half-course electives (total 1.0 FCE) at the graduate level.

(c) Practicum
Health Sciences 5805 (9805) - Master of Public Health Practicum and Report (1.5 FCEs)