Master of Health Science in Translational Research in the ​Health Sciences (MHSc​) Program By University of Toronto |Top Universities

Master of Health Science in Translational Research in the ​Health Sciences (MHSc​)

Tuitionfee

67,220 CADTuition Fee/year

Main Subject Area

Medicine Related StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Medicine Related Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Translation in the health sciences may involve developing novel tools, mechanisms, services, drugs, techniques, policies, and protocols that address the needs of people and populations. Translational Research (TR) in health sciences is a field of inquiry that focuses on understanding efficient ways of applying knowledge to develop new or better processes, services and products in medicine, health and care delivery. This MHSc aims to challenge people to think differently, so they will be inspired to lead and drive change in their communities. This program is ideal for anyone who wants to become a professional health translator by learning to apply scientific knowledge to improve medicine, health and care. This course-based program is designed for students from diverse backgrounds who are strongly motivated to advance human-centric problem-solving in medical and health science contexts. It combines flexible coursework, team-based, real-world translational challenges, and extensive mentorship & networking. Students gain experience, expertise, and practical insights into translational processes, regulatory frameworks, professional networks, and innovation strategies. 

Program overview

Main Subject

Medicine Related Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Translation in the health sciences may involve developing novel tools, mechanisms, services, drugs, techniques, policies, and protocols that address the needs of people and populations. Translational Research (TR) in health sciences is a field of inquiry that focuses on understanding efficient ways of applying knowledge to develop new or better processes, services and products in medicine, health and care delivery. This MHSc aims to challenge people to think differently, so they will be inspired to lead and drive change in their communities. This program is ideal for anyone who wants to become a professional health translator by learning to apply scientific knowledge to improve medicine, health and care. This course-based program is designed for students from diverse backgrounds who are strongly motivated to advance human-centric problem-solving in medical and health science contexts. It combines flexible coursework, team-based, real-world translational challenges, and extensive mentorship & networking. Students gain experience, expertise, and practical insights into translational processes, regulatory frameworks, professional networks, and innovation strategies. 

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

93+
7+
3+
Jan-2000

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

21,100 CAD
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International Students

67,220 CAD
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