Master of Science
The M.Sc. program in the Faculty of Health Sciences offers majors in Health Sciences, Addictions Counselling, and Nursing.
Master of Nursing
The M.N. program offers blended delivery of courses with the option of completing either thesis or project.
The PhD program in Population Studies in Health is interdisciplinary in nature. Students will examine the intersection between the contexts in which individuals, families, and communities live and work, and experience health and wellbeing.
Graduate Certificate in Advanced Clinical Study of Addiction
This part-time, online program offers students an opportunity for in-depth study of addictive processes and disorders. It is appropriate for a diverse range of individuals in health and social services, program developers, policymakers, or researchers.
Graduate Diploma in Addiction and Mental Health Psychotherapy
This part-time program is designed to prepare students for careers in psychotherapy with an emphasis on addiction and mental health.
Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management
Offered jointly with the Dhillon School of Business, this program is offered from the Calgary Campus and is targeted at at health care professionals or managers who wish to become managers in the health care sector. Courses will be delivered through online and face to face sessions.
1: ELP updates
IELTS and TOEFL tests will be available in an online format. These tests scores will be accepted for ELP purposes. Please contact the individual organizations for more information.
- IELTS Indicator
- TOEFL Special Home Edition
Until further notice, the University of Lethbridge is also accepting DuoLingo English Test as a way of meeting English Language Proficiency (ELP) for both undergraduate and graduate admissions. DuoLingo must be completed on or after July 15, 2019.
- Graduate ELP: a minimum overall score of 115 is required.
- Graduate SELP: a minimum overall score of 125 is required.
2: Guiding Principle
The University of Lethbridge recognizes that these are unprecedented times. As a result our guiding principle will be that the impact of COVID-19 should not disadvantage any applicant to programs offered by the University of Lethbridge. All of our programs will have the flexibility in their admissions processes to ensure that this principle is being upheld, for instance through changes in process such as flexible evaluation of transcripts relating to grades from Spring 2020 courses.