The Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME) trains Canada’s future health leaders and researchers through its research and professional graduate degree programs and its involvement in a range of collaborative specializations. Its unique interdisciplinary approach is ideally suited to today’s complex and rapidly changing health-care landscape.
IHPME’s professional degree programs provide individuals with the knowledge, skills, and strategic perspective necessary to assume leadership roles in the health-care system. Faculty members are the foremost thinkers, researchers, and practitioners influencing our health-care system today. Students are exposed to the latest evidence-informed research, thinking, and practice in the Health Administration program, leading to a Master of Health Science (MHSc) degree.
The MHSc program is geared to health managers and professionals who wish to acquire a graduate education in health administration. The program’s modular format allows learners to complete the degree without interrupting their careers. The learning experience is further enhanced by practicum placements and a curriculum shaped by strong relationships with leaders and top-performing organizations.
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Master of Health Science
The MHSc program is geared to health managers and professionals who wish to acquire a graduate education in health administration. The program's modular format allows learners to complete the degree without interrupting their careers.
Minimum Admission Requirements
Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy IHPME's additional admission requirements stated below.
Normally, the equivalent of a University of Toronto B+ average or higher in each of the last two years of an appropriate bachelor's degree from a recognized university. Applicants are strongly advised to have some prior preparation in quantitative courses such as statistics, accounting, and economics.
Full-time, relevant work experience.
Completion of 10.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:
9.0 FCEs are required subjects, which include a minimum of 1.0 FCE in a field placement.
the remaining 1.0 FCE are elective courses.
5 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W)
3 years full-time
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- JEP PhD Candidate, Germanic Languages and Literatures , University of Toronto (lead) / Hebrew University of Jerusalem (collaborator)