Each year, our MPH students present their practicum activities to the public.

The Master in Public Health (MPH) program at SFU: Your questions answered

February 15, 2017

On January 24, 2017, SFU Health Sciences held a webinar to introduce its Master in Public Health (MPH) program and to answer questions from potential students.

The webinar provided the opportunity to:

  • Meet the MPH concentration leads, the Director of Graduate Programs and the Manager of Graduate Programs
  • Learn more about the program's concentrations and core competency framework
  • Hear about our practicum opportunities and the MPH capstone project

In order to receive the webinar link, your application to the SFU MPH program must be submitted by January 22, 2017, at 11:50pm.

For those who were not able to join us, you can access the recording of the MPH webcast below.

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