School of Public Health
The School of Public Health is dedicated to serving the community’s health needs through learning, research and new discoveries. The School of Public Health offers graduate degrees in public health, biostatistics, epidemiology, and Vaccinology and immunotherapeutics. These programs are designed to provide graduate students with training, research, applied public health practice and the chance to study under leading national and international scientists, industry experts and practitioners.
At the School of Public Health, we are committed to engaging in and contributing to public health dialogue and research in order to offer real life solutions. As part of our efforts, we are strengthening existing and forging new partnerships with community groups, public health agencies and other universities regionally, nationally and internationally; and are creating and sustaining agreements and collaborations with counterparts from across the globe, such as in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Africa and the Pacific Rim.
“Together, we must be prepared to rethink what we do and how we do it, and explore less travelled paths that will lead us in new and exciting directions that are filled with promise of a better future.”
Robert W. Buckingham, DrPH, Executive Director.
For more information, please visit www.usask.ca/sph.