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Dissertations from previous years are available to loan from Teaching Admin office in 730.201.
Kim has more information then is provided for most of the projects. Students may email Kim email@example.com or the potential supervisor directly for the fuller brief.
It is the student’s responsibility to initiate an application for an extension. A request is made after a discussion with the supervisor and the Director of the Honours Programme. In the first instance students should meet with their supervisor and the Director of Honours Programme. Official extensions may be organised by submitting a formal written request, setting out the circumstances leading to the need for an extension to the Director of Honours Programme, containing the supervisor’s signature approving the request. Students will also need to complete a Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Extension of Time Form (AS-503), enrol for a further two months in POPLHLTH 790 and pay fees. In general, extensions will only be granted in exceptional circumstances. Regular commitments (e.g., family, work) are not regarded as exceptional.
Class representative 2013
School of Population Health BHSc (Honours) Prize winner
The School of Population Health Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) Prize was established in 2009 by The School of Population Health.
The main purpose of the Prize is to acknowledge the student in the School of Population Health who achieves the highest overall grade point average in the BHSc (Honours) programme.
Winners of the years:
- Aya Mousa & Mary Kerridge (2012)
- Samantha Eagle (2011)
- Amanda Wood (2010)
- Krysta McDonald (2009)
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