About the courseThe Master of Public Health program is primarily intended to build on the knowledge foundation of persons currently in the field of public health. The curriculum focuses on current issues in the science and/or service of public health, so that students may gain experience through opportunities in any of the fundamental disciplines that underlie public health. In the Master of Public Health program, students will focus on current issues in the science and/or service of public health, so that they may gain experience through opportunities in any of the fundamental disciplines that underlie public health. The program is primarily intended to prepare graduates for a career in public health practice. The programs objectives are to prepare a graduate who: possesses advanced health-related education, is capable of critical analysis, understands health-related decision-making at the level of the individual, population, and government, understands research, possesses knowledge exchange and dissemination strategies for individuals, populations, and government.
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AboutLakehead University, a vibrant and forward-thinking institution in Ontario, Canada, provides a transformative education that celebrates all of its students as valued leaders of the future. It is known worldwide for providing an exceptional learner-centered experience.
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Lakehead Universitys original campus is located in the City of Thunder Bay. Lakehead University is situated in the heart of the city and is located minutes away from all the amenities and services you need. Fields and green space surround our campus and all buildings are conveniently located together in one location creating a true campus feel. Many of the Universitys buildings are grouped around Lake Tamblyn and our residence complexes hug the banks of the McIntyre River. Underground tunnels connect many of the main, centralized buildings on campus, allowing for easy access between classes and facilities. Paved trails surround the campus making it the perfect place to take advantage of taking in the beauty of the area whether you are walking, jogging, rollerblading, bicycling, or, in the winter, cross-country skiing!