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    University of Alberta
  Feb 22, 2018
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Programs of Study

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Graduate Studies

As a Faculty of the University of Alberta, the School of Public Health will continue to offer graduate programs that have been approved by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. For updated information on programs within the School of Public Health please consult the School's website at or phone the Education Office at (780) 492-5918. Note: for the Academic Schedule for 2016-2017 please refer to Academic Schedule . Details about the graduate programs and courses offered can be found in the following sections of the Calendar Health Promotion Studies , Public Health Sciences  and Course Listings .

Police Information Check

Under the provisions of Protection for Persons in Care Act, all new employees, volunteers and other people engaged for services by designated agencies (hospitals, nursing homes, group homes, social service agencies, etc.) must complete a Police Information Check (also known as a Criminal Record Check, Security Clearance Check, or Police Clearance), which must include a Vulnerable Sector Check. In addition, certain other agencies or organizations may require students to present a Police Information Check, Vulnerable Sector Check or Child Intervention Check prior to entering a field practicum.

Students who have concerns related to their ability to provide a clear Police Information Check should consult with the Faculty. Students will be informed of the need for a Police Information Check or other such checks prior to specific field practicum. See Requirement for Police Information Checks  for more information on the general requirements concerning Police Information Checks and the fees associated with them.