MSc and PhD students are required to complete course work and a thesis in one of five concentrations on either a full-time or part-time basis. The five areas of specialization include: Health Services Organization and Management; Health Policy; Health Services Outcomes and Evaluation; Clinical Epidemiology; eHealth Innovation and Information Management.
The MHSc Health Administration Program brings together health policy, business and management in a comprehensive approach for today's complex health care environment. Designed to prepare graduates for the unique demands of leadership within the health sector.
The MHSc Health Administration/MSW Joint Program allows students with a strong interest in both social work and health/social sciences management the opportunity to engage in an integrated and comprehensive program of study.
The MN/MHSc Health Administration Combined Degree Program is designed to provide those students with a strong interest in both Nursing and Health Administration the opportunity to engage in an integrated program of study leading to the receipt of both the MN and MHSc Health Administration degrees.