Nominate a colleague for the Janice Waddell Faculty and Staff Collegiality Award and/or Usha George Faculty Recognition Award by February 28.
Learn to design and implement therapeutic interventions, programs and services that partner with young people facing adversity in the process of bringing about positive change.
Discover the extent to which the lives of disabled people are shaped by patterns of injustice, exclusion, discrimination and the rule of social, cultural and aesthetic ‘norms’.
Become a highly capable primary health care provider. Gain the academic knowledge and clinical skills needed to provide care for pregnant people and their newborns throughout the child bearing year.
Learn to play a critical role in treatment and recovery for patients, and to support broader public health goals such as health promotion and illness prevention.
Build upon your professional experience as a registered nurse, registered practical nurse or internationally educated nurse. Develop an analytical approach to your practice and gain the tools you need to advance your career.
Prepare to promote healthy eating habits that enhance Canadians’ quality of life. Gain the knowledge and skills needed to pursue a range of professional pathways within the food industry, dietetics, food science and more.
Help prevent injury and illness in all types of workplaces. Learn to evaluate human factors and ergonomic issues associated with injury and accidents, and to assess harmful exposures to chemicals, radiation and physical agents.
Help prevent disease and protect public health for the entire population. Become a public health inspector or pursue food safety, quality assurance, water quality and infection control within the private sector.
Intensive examination of clinical practice, approaches to research, and management and policy development prepares you for advanced practice and leadership within the child and youth care field.
Enrich your understanding of diversity and inclusion. Prepare for leadership roles in a variety of sectors — including child care, family supports, education and health care. Gain a strong foundation for a career in research, policy and academia.
Prepares professional nurses who hold a Master of Nursing to write the College of Nurses of Ontario’s NP - Primary Health Care (Ontario) exam and work as Nurse Practitioners in a variety of exciting practice settings.
Students earn a Master’s degree and PHCNP Certificate concurrently, preparing them to write the College of Nurses of Ontario’s NP - Primary Health Care (Ontario) exam and work as Nurse Practitioners.
Advance your ability to communicate nutrition and food issues to diverse audiences. The accredited practicum option prepares future dietitians for success, while the MRP option supports experienced dietitians to become leaders in nutrition communication.
Achieve the Integrated Competencies for Dietetic Education and Practice via classroom and practicum courses offered through partnerships with St. Michael's Hospital and North York General Hospital.
Learn about anti-oppression and critical approaches to social work. Transform practice in child welfare settings, school boards, clinical and community programs and government institutions.