Application deadline and tuition information can be found here.
Undergraduate degree from an undergraduate dietetics program in Canada, accredited by the Partnership for Dietetics Education and Practice
A minimum of B+ (75%) average over the final two years of study.
Satisfactory completion of an undergraduate statistics course
Satisfactory statement of interest indicating basis of interest in professional public health nutrition practice, and relevant paid or volunteer experience in nutrition and in public health
Satisfactory appraisals from two referees
This program does not require a supervisor
Admission to the Master of Public Health is competitive and not all qualifying applicants are admitted. The Division of Community Health and Humanities reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant.