Graduate Programs in Health

Why uLethbridge?

By combining theory, practice and a student-centered approach, graduate programs in our Faculty of Health Sciences prepare you for a rewarding professional or academic career.

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Master of Nursing or Master of Science in Nursing: What’s the difference?

Nurses play a vital role in health care, throughout the pandemic and beyond. Learning the skills necessary to adapt and evolve can help you succeed in the profession. But should you take an …

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Putting planning, implementing and evaluating to good use inside the classroom and out

Dr. Silvia Koso has spent more than 15 years planning, implementing and evaluating health and social services programs, a skill she puts to good use both in the classroom as part of the …

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Think creating public health policy is boring? Think again.

Dr. Julia Brassolotto teaches Advanced Public Health Policy and Ethics, a heady topic for challenging times. Much to the relief of her students, she doesn’t shy away from the tough stuff, unravelling sticky …

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Navigate the pathways to a public health career

Whatever your career goals or academic ambitions, if you have an interest in public health, uLethbridge has a program for you.

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A passion for public health

If the thought of being a disease detective intrigues you, you’re not alone. Graduate student Dr. Ransi Nayakarathna says investigating disease at the population level as an epidemiologist is just the public health …

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Career growth in public health

A growing career field can be difficult to find during an economic downturn, but if you’re considering a job in public health, you’re in for some good news.

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