Are you interested in improving your community’s health and wellbeing?
Become a leader in health and wellness with a well-rounded approach toward community health and health education.
Learn the skills required for health promotion, health sciences, and teaching, with the ability to minor in the arts or sciences.
Study abroad and gain an understanding of international health issues with the Health Promotion Without Borders program.
This program’s innovative curriculum uses a well-rounded approach and hands-on experience to give you the skills needed to work in various areas of health promotion, including:
- public health
- physical and health education
- research and evaluation
- international, environmental, and mental health
- aboriginal health and wellness
Medical school, physiotherapy, chiropractic, health promoter, occupational therapy, naturopathic medicine, speech therapy, graduate studies.
Amanda Dodaro, Health Promotion
I love that all parts of the Laurentian campus have fun and engaging things for students to take part in. For example, residence is constantly putting on events— there is hardly a weekend without something fun to do. Whether it be euchre nights, pumpkin carving, sports, boat cruises or bowling nights, there is always something to participate in. Although the events are fun, the friendships I have made through participating are even better. This contributes to my favourite aspect of the Laurentian experience, which is seeing at least one person I know everywhere I go. Whether it’s in class, at the gym, checking my mail or even in the Tim Horton’s line up, I always see a familiar face.