39 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Science in Medicine and the Graduate Diploma in Medicine




The Faculty of Medicine offers the degree of Master of Science in Medicine in eight program areas: Applied Health Services Research, Bioscience of Health and Disease, Cardiovascular and Renal Sciences, Clinical Epidemiology, Community Health, Human Genetics and Genomics, Immunology and Infectious Diseases, and Neurosciences. The Faculty of Medicine also offers the degrees of Master of Health Ethics and Master of Public Health. Each program area has a Co-ordinator/Principal who is responsible for communicating the interests of the programs to the Faculty of Medicine Graduate Studies Committee and participates in the admission of graduate students into the program in Medicine.

The Degree of Master of Science in Medicine (in all of the programs excluding the Applied Health Services Research Program) is offered in the Faculty of Medicine to full-time and part-time students. The Applied Health Services Research program is offered by full-time study only. The graduate diploma programs in Community Health and Clinical Epidemiology are offered to full-time and part-time students.

The following regulations will apply in conjunction with the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies.

The information on this site has been extracted from the Official 2023-2024 University Calendar. While every reasonable effort has been made to duplicate the information contained in the official University Calendar, if there are differences, the official Memorial University of Newfoundland Calendar will be considered the final and accurate authority.

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