Collaborative Programs within University of Toronto

Collaborative programs are interdisciplinary programs involving a range of graduate units, departments, centres, or institutes at the University of Toronto. Students enrolled in a collaborative program are usually MSc or PhD students who elect to specialize in a particular concentration, although some collaborative programs will also admit suitable MHSc students.

Collaborative Programs

IHPME participates in the following collaborative programs. Click on the area of interest to learn more.

Aging, Palliative and Supportive Care Across the Life Course
Global Health
Health Services and Policy Research
Musculoskeletal Sciences
Public Health Policy
Resuscitation Sciences
Women and Gender Studies
Women's Health

Collaborative Program Requirements

Students in a collaborative program must:

  • Meet all basic requirements for the relevant degree program in the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, including:
    • Course work
    • A thesis topic relevant to the collaborating program (MSc/PhD students)
    • A thesis supervisor appointed to the collaborating program (MSc/PhD students)
    • A relevant practicum placement (MHSc students)
  • Complete all Collaborative Program course requirements.