Public Health Sciences courses serve students in the Department's four graduate programs:
- thesis-based Master of Science (MSc) degree in PHS (Specialization Epidemiology)
- non-thesis based Master of Science (MSc) degree in PHS (Specialization Biostatistics, Collaborative with Department of Mathematics and Statistics)
- professional Master of Public Health degree (MPH)
- PhD in PHS
The Department of Public Health Sciences also contributes to education in the undergraduate medical curriculum as well as the undergraduate Life Sciences (Faculty Arts and Science) and Health Sciences (Faculty of Health Sciences) curriculums.