The Program
The Master’s Degree is a two-year program (as a full-time student). The Program consists of:
  • 7 web-based courses
  • A 16-week work placement (research residency)
  • Two online workshops and one in-person workshop
  • Monthly seminars during the fall/winter semesters
  • A thesis
Graduates from the Master's Program are expected to achieve the following learning objectives:
  • Undertake health services research;
  • Design, supervise, and evaluate projects;
  • Critically evaluate health services research literature
  • Employ innovative approaches in health services research through understanding diversity in decision-making environments and processes;
  • Communicate health research issues and results clearly and responsibly to decision makers, academics, professionals, and to the general public; and
  • Integrate and synthesize health services research results across disciplines.