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Study in the Department of Heath, Aging & Society

By the Year 2020, 20% of Canada's population will be over 65 years of age. As we move into the 21st Century, health and aging issues have become more complex, more important, and more challenging for individuals, institutions, and societies around the world.

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs

  • Combined Honours BA in Gerontology and Health Studies
  • Combined Honours BA in Gerontology and Another Subject
  • Combined Honours BA in Health Studies and Another Subject
  • BA (Honours) in Gerontology
  • BA (Honours) in Health Studies
  • Minor in Health, Aging and Society
  • Minor in Mental Health, Addiction and Society
Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

  • Master of Arts (MA) in Health and Aging
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Health Studies*
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Social Gerontology

NOTE: The Department of Health, Aging & Society is in the process of recommending a degree name change from PhD in Health Studies to PhD in Health & Society, subject to required approvals.  Please visit the Department web site regularly for updates.