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 Health Studies
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SchoolRyerson University
LocationToronto, ON, Canada
School TypeUniversity
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 36,000
Full-time Graduate: 2,300
DegreeCertificate
Honours
Co-op
Length
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites
Prerequisites NotesIt is recommended that applicants have the following: OSSD with six OAC credits or Grade 12 U or M credits, or equivalent, or mature student status. Completion of a related professional development award will qualify students for entry into the certificate.
Cost
Scholarships
DescriptionThe Certificate in Health Studies comprises specifically selected courses from other health-related Chang School certificate programs, such as Health Informatics, Health Services Management, Ethics, Psychology, and Aging and Gerontology. It provides a diverse set of courses that can fill gaps in your knowledge and skill set. If you are looking for depth in a particular area of study, you may instead choose to take the appropriate other health-related certificate. The Health Studies certificate will provide flexibility to choose courses that meet your professional development needs while allowing the opportunity to earn a certificate.

Through five elective courses in specialized streams of Health Informatics, Health Services Management, Health Ethics, Gerontology, and Psychology, learners are free to choose their own selection to equip them with specific knowledge pertinent to their personal goals or professional interests.
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