Graduate Programs

Graduate studies in Applied Health Sciences at Brock means you’ll study with some of the best academics and professionals in their fields.

We provide unique opportunities for small group learning, interaction with faculty, and hands-on research experience.

Our students gain in-depth training, knowledge, and research experience through their thesis work or practicums while also benefiting from the broad, cross-disciplinary approach followed not only in the course work, but also in the scope and diversity of the research options available.

Specific Applied Health Sciences graduate programs are listed below, each with links to pages containing more information.

A research-based graduate degree allows master’s students the opportunity to complete coursework that emphasizes a broad approach to the subject area, and also explore a particular question or issue in depth under the mentorship of an individual faculty member, which leads to the completion of a research thesis. The PhD program will offer students in-depth training, knowledge, and research experience through their thesis work, while also benefiting from a broad, cross-disciplinary approach and extensive small-group learning.

Master of Arts/Master of Science in Applied Health Sciences
PhD in Applied Health Sciences

A professional/applied graduate degree is designed to help students prepare for a career in a specific field and puts the focus on real-world application. Professional/applied graduate degrees typically require students to complete fieldwork (e.g., practicum, internship, projects, etc.) in their field of study before graduation. These programs do not lead to entry into a doctoral program.


How to Apply

Visit the Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs website for everything you need to know about the application process for our master’s and doctoral programs.