Interdisciplinary Health (MA Or (MSc)

Overview

Have the freedom to research the many factors that can affect a person’s social, psychological, and physical health.

Develop essential research skills, information management, analysis, interpretation, and communication skills.

Apply a critical, interdisciplinary perspective on contemporary health issues in human development, psychology, sociology, kinesiology, gerontology, public health, medicine, or related health fields. 

Explore one of three pathways that lead you to graduation: graduate with an MA in the research thesis option or major paper option, or pursue the MSc thesis option.

 

Key Features

  • Research intensive program
  • Available on a full-time or part-time basis
  • You may contact the Graduate Coordinator to decide wihch path best suits your career goals
  • Gain critical and systems thinking skills, problem solving, ethics, communication, holistic perspectives, advocacy and collaboration skills
  • Core courses are offered in English, however, Laurentian offers some graduate electives in French
  • Students can conduct their research and write their thesis in either English or French

 

Career Opportunities

Begin a career or further pursue post-graduate studies in human development, psychology, sociology, kinesiology, gerontology, public health, medicine, or related health fields.

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