In our Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Community Health program, award-winning educators and researchers integrate the latest advancements and knowledge into courses about factors that influence the health status of communities.
Communities are often defined by location but can also be defined by groups of people connected through identity or purpose. In this program you’ll have the flexibility to conduct research and/or have experiential learning opportunities in a practicum placement allowing you to pursue your specific interests in community health.
You can focus your studies on one of three areas: Community Health, Autism and Behavioural Science or Mental Health and Substance Use. If you choose to focus on Autism and Behavioural Science or Mental Health and Substance Use, you’ll also earn a graduate certificate as part of your degree
In addition to our degree programs, the Department of Community Health offers a minor in Physical Forensics. Knowledge of forensic science strengthens access to a broad range of careers related to work in healthcare as well careers within the justice system, or fields of social work and human rights.
Professor Richelle Monaghan, Chair of the Community Health Department, welcomes all inquiries. You can contact her for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org .
We encourage applicants of all academic backgrounds to apply.
Visit our admission requirements section to find specific requirements for international curriculums, other Canadian curriculums, transfer students and more.
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