McMaster, Sault, Brock launch new programs


McMaster University, Sault College, and Brock University have launched new programs. McMaster has launched a graduate diploma in community and public health that it says is the first of its kind in Canada. The program will train students to analyze and develop solution for community health challenges in preparation for a career in public health. Sault has launched six micro-credentials through partnerships with organizations such as Woundpedia, NOSM University, and the Seven Generations Education Institute. The programs will provide students with the opportunity to pursue skin and wound care professional development, fostering important Northern-based knowledge and skills. Brock has launched a Digital Marketing micro-credential for students that includes the opportunity for students to use live simulation tools or use the e-commerce Shopify platform.

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