1. HSTP Program requirements
  2. Forms
  3. Guidelines
  4. University Regulations
  5. Student Services and Support
  6. Student Wellness Services

HSTP Program requirements

MSc in HSTP – program requirements

Graduate Diplomas in HSTP – program requirements


MSc in HSTP – External to department electives approval fillable form

UofO CU Graduate Student Exchange Form fillable

HLTH5800 Directed Studies Form

Request for permission to audit a course

Practicum Placement Syllabus Template final


Guidelines – Interdisciplinary Health Research Project (HLTH 5504/5505) – Fall 2021

Process of Approval – CU elective External to Dept of Health Science new

Process of Approval – University of Ottawa electives

Process of Approval – HLTH 5800 Directed Studies in HSTP

Process of Approval – Permission to audit a course at CU

Process of Approval – HLTH 5801 – HSTP Practicum

University Regulations

Below are a few important university guidelines and regulations, however students are encouraged to refer to the Graduate Calendar, the ultimately authoritative guide to the rules and regulations of graduate studies.


Academic integrity – Carleton University details its academic integrity policies and associated documents at the following site: https://carleton.ca/registrar/academic-integrity/

Student Services and Support

Academic Support and Accommodations – As a Carleton student, you’ll have access to a variety of Student Support Services to assist you during your time at Carleton both in academic, and non-academic matters. At Carleton, we are committed to enhancing your student experience and to creating an environment that contributes to your success during your time at Carleton and after graduation.

Accommodations – We strongly encourage you to set up your accommodations as soon as possible.
• Attend your first classes to obtain course outlines (or check if they are posted on CU Learn)
• Request your Letters of Accommodation (LoAs):
• Online: through the myPMC portal, login or find the “how-to” video here: https://carleton.ca/pmc/students/mypmc/ (if you would like to see your coordinator book an appointment in the upcoming weeks)
• Book an appointment with your coordinator by calling the PMC front desk at 613-520-6608

Professional Skills Development for Graduate Students Carleton University offers graduate professional development through Grad Link, a hub for events and opportunities related to professional development, research, and student life, both on and off campus.

Career Services – Career Services at Carleton University offers a number of opportunities for career and networking events, job search supports, training sessions on preparing for interviews, resume and cover letter writing, and much more.

Student Wellness Services

Health ServicesOur team of medical professionals including family physicians and registered nurses provide outpatient medical services and serve as primary care providers at Health and Counselling Services

Counselling ServicesConfidential personal counselling services are available for current Carleton University students

Health Promotion – Our goal is to empower students during various stages of change for healthy living and academic success by offering resources, workshops and activities that cover student health and wellness

Athletics and Recreation Centre – As a Carleton student you have access to fitness and recreational programming such as the pool, the fitness centre, and a variety of fitness programs.

More questions?

If you have questions that are not covered in the information above (or in the student handbook), please connect don’t hesitate to contact: