Carleton’s Master of Science in Health Sciences is a research-based thesis program. This program provides advanced disciplinary learning and hands-on, interdisciplinary research in health sciences in new, state-of-the-art facilities. Students develop a deep appreciation for, and understanding of, the complexities of health problems and solutions through a health research thesis and core courses developed to explore interdisciplinary health topics and health science communication.
The MSc program typically takes two years of full-time study to complete. Only full-time study is available.
We also offer a collaborative specialization in Data Science for MSc candidates.