Epidemiology graduate degrees

Epidemiology is the study of how often diseases occur in different groups of people and why. Students study the foundational principles of epidemiology and applied biostatistics in order to design and analyze clinical and population-based studies and conduct health-related methodological research. Find out more about our varied MSc and PhD program options.

 

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Epidemiology (MSc and PhD), Biostatistics (MSc and PhD), Occupational Health (MSc Applied), Public Health (MScPH), a residency in Public Health & Preventive Medicine or a hot Summer Session.

Inter-disciplinary, problem-oriented research 

Our contributions are as unique as each of our researchers and students

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Environmental Epidemiology at McGill

Conduct research on some of the most important environmental challenges of our time such as climate change, indoor/outdoor air pollution and environmental contaminants.

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