Undergraduate medical education

Members of the Division of Population Health and Applied Health Sciences contribute to the undergraduate medical program in the pre-clinical phases, and the research curriculum. Undergraduate programming and content is organized and overseen by the Undergraduate Medical Education office, please see the main undergraduate medical education page for more information.

Graduate programs

The Division offers programs that provide a pathway to competence in independent health-related research (Clinical Epidemiology, Community Health, Applied Health Services Research); readiness for professional practice (Public Health); and foundational scholarship and practice in biomedical ethics (Health Ethics).

All programs offer graduate education to master’s level. Some also offer introductory (diploma level) or advanced research training (Clinical Epidemiology, Community Health).

Some programs have specific application deadlines. Please ensure that your application is received, in full, before the deadline, as some programs do not accept late applications.