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Please note that the courses listed below are just a sampling of courses that would satisfy the UBC MPH program’s quantitative admission requirement, for illustrative purposes. When determining if a course meets the requirement, key topics to look for in your syllabus include most of the following: descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing and confidence intervals, bivariate analysis, two-sample t-test, analysis of variance, chi-square test, correlation and regression, and parametric and nonparametric statistics. More importantly, the course should cover the application of statistical methodology. If the course involved the use of statistical software, it would generally meet the requirement. Courses that focus purely on concepts and appraisal of statistical methods in the scientific literature would generally not meet the requirement. Courses in calculus, linear algebra and undergraduate or graduate courses in statistics (that are 100% statistics) would be approved as meeting the quantitative admission requirement. Any approved math or statistics course must be passed with a minimum B+ (76% or higher) within 10 years of applying to the MPH. Students with international credentials should refer to the page for information on how they may meet this requirement.

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I participated in the 2014 Student Case Competition with four other UBC MPH students

See below for all organizations affiliated with the UBC MPH program

There are also some and that are available in the UBC MPH Program.
In addition, new funding opportunities which will be particularly relevant to MPH students include:

Master's degree in Public Health (MPH) - UBC SPPH

Should you be Interested in having one of our students complete their practicum at your site, please download and complete the UBC MPH Practicum Form for Potential Site. You may either fax, or save and email, to Dr. Jane Buxton, MPH Practicum Director at: .

Are you a UBC MPH alum? You may want to consider joining the UBC Faculty of Medicine Alumni Group at .
Organizations (with external links) listed below have hosted UBC MPH students for practica in previous years.

How to Apply | School of Population and Public Health (SPPH)

Sarah Kesselring, current UBC MPH student, present at the in Washington this April on “Illicit Alcohol in British Columbia (B.C.): Findings from a Qualitative Research Study.” Details were highlighted in our .

public health to the second year medical student and is director of UBC MPH practicum

Previous Students Alida Fernhout

There are also some teaching and research assistantships that are available in the UBC MPH Program

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