Public & Global Health
- ENVSOCTY 1HB3 – Populations, Cities and Development – Populations, Cities and Development
- ENVSOCTY 2EI3 – Environment & Society: Challenges and Solutions – Environment & Society: Challenges and Solutions
- ENVSOCTY 2HI3 – Health and Place – Health and Place
- ENVSOCTY 4HH3 or HLTHAGE 4M03 – Environment and Health – Environment and Health
- ENVSOCTY 4HC3 – Public and Community Health – Public and Community Health
- LIFESCI 2X03 – Human Health and Environmental Change – Human Health and Environmental Change
- LIFESCI 3G03 – Introduction to Epidemiology – Introduction to Epidemiology – Introduction to Epidemiology
- LIFESCI 3Q03 – Global Human Health and Disease – Global Human Health and Disease
- LIFESCI 4F03 – Emerging Paradigms in Environmental Change and Health – Emerging Paradigms in Environmental Change and Health
- HLTHAGE 3R03 – Health Inequalities – Health Inequalities – Health Inequalities
- HLTHAGE 3S03 – Global Health and Environmental Policy – Global Health and Environmental Policy
- HTHSCI 4LD3 – Global Health Governance, Law and Politics – Global Health Governance, Law and Politics
- HTHSCI 4ZZ3 – Global Health Advocacy – Global Health Advocacy
- Two journeys start from level I with supplementary courses along the way in levels II, III and IV.
- Journey one: Taking ENVSOCTY 1HB3 in level I leads to ENVSCOTY 2H13 or ENVSOCTY 2E13 in level II, both of which lead to ENVSOCTY 4HH3 in level IV. ENVSOCTY
- 2HI3 also leads to ENVSOCTY 4HC3 in level IV.
- Journey two: Taking BIOLOGY 3M03 in level one leads to LIFESCI 2X03 in level two, which leads to LIFESCI 4F03 in level four.
- ECON 2CC3 can be taken as an independent course in level II.
- The following can be taken as independent courses in level III: HISTORY 3CP3, BIOLOGY 3SA3, HLTHAGE 3R03, HLTHAGE 3S03, LIFESCI 3G03 and LIFESCI 3Q03.
- The following can be taken as independent courses in level IV: HTHSCI 4LD3 and HTHSCI 4ZZ3.
Below is an example of what your transcript might look like if you pursue the Public & Global Health pathway. The transcript includes all Life Sciences program requirements as well as 10 courses from the Public & Global Health pathway.
Sample Experiential Courses
- Placement Examples: March of Dimes, Hamilton Health Sciences, local hospitals, naturopathic clinics
- Research Examples: Juravinski Cancer Centre
McMaster Student Clubs
Student-Led Clubs/Groups on Campus
- McMaster Global Public Health Brigades
- McMaster Public Health Association (MPHA)
- McMaster Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research Student Chapter
- Student International Health Initiatives (SIHI)
- McMaster Indigenous Health Movement
- UNICEF McMaster
Co-curricular and Community Activities
- McMaster Health Forum
- Fellowship in Strengthening Health and Social Systems (year-long opportunity for senior undergraduate students)
- Queen Elizabeth Scholarships for outgoing interns undertaking internships in various countries
- Undergraduate Teaching Assistant position in Life Science 3Q03 – Global Human Health and Disease