The Master of Health Ethics degree program will help students develop the skills needed to identify and analyze ethical issues in health care and in the life sciences, and to propose solutions to these issues as they arise in the clinical, research, and policy contexts. Students will gain a basic knowledge of the functioning of the health system and will have the opportunity to design and carry out a research project.
Graduate applicants interested in research-based programs are strongly encouraged to find a faculty supervisor at the time of application. Visit the Master of Health Ethics program website for areas for a list of faculty members, their research interests, and contact information. You may also use the Yaffle search engine to find a supervisor you may wish to work with.
Important Note: The information provided on this website is subject to change. The University Calendar is the final authority on university fees and regulations.
MHE: 2 yearsCampus: St. John's
February 1 for Fall admissionFunding:
MHE: $486-$733/semesterTuition (International students):