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These programs aim to provide students with the educational opportunities needed to acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and methodological skills necessary to participate in health services or epidemiology research teams, or in public health practice.
Both the PhD and MSc programs offer the opportunity to specialize in cancer research through the Collaborative Cancer Research Program.
At Queen's the strengths are in the areas of cancer, injury, obesity, disability, and mental health epidemiology as well as research in various health services contexts including public health, primary care, cancer care and critical care.
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2. Letters of Recommendation
3. Proof of English
MSc applicants will have a four-year undergraduate degree, with an overall minimum average of 75%. MSc applicants must have demonstrated the use of quantitative skills, by successfully completing courses in mathematics, statistics or data analysis, and by achieving a grade of A- in at least one statistics course
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