Master of Public Health - Family and Community Medicine Webinar
Are you looking for a Master’s degree that will advance your career?
Are you a health care professional interested in leadership opportunities?
Do you want to have a greater impact on your patients and your community?
The MPH (FCM): Master of Public Health in Family and Community Medicine gives physicians and health care providers comprehensive academic and leadership skills to effectively prepare for the future of health care as teachers, researchers and administrators. Offered by the Department of Family and Community Medicine in collaboration with the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, the degree also provides the skills learners need to become more effective educators, scholars, and leaders in their respective clinical areas. The program is flexible, available on a full time or part time basis and allows learners to explore areas of special interest through electives.
New this year is the MPH (FCM)-AS: Master of Public Health in Family and Community Medicine – Advanced Standing. This program offers Canadian licensed physician applicants advanced standing, enabling them to complete the 2 year program in 1 year.