The Master of Management of Applied Science (MMASc) in Global Health Systems Program 

The Master of Management of Applied Sciences (MMASc) Program in Global Health Systems in Africa (GHS-A) is a 12-month, comprehensive professional degree program that provides an environment for transdisciplinary and holistic approaches to becoming global leaders. Thematic areas committed to combat poverty, hunger, disease, and environmental degradation while promoting the health and equality of those most vulnerable, such as women and children will be highlighted.


The Collaborative Graduate Program in Global Health Systems

The Collaborative Graduate Program in Global Health Systems brings together the vast amount of experts from across the Western community whose teaching and research are in and on the continent of Africa. This Collaborative Graduate Program connects students, faculty, and researchers from different disciplines at Western and promotes transdisciplinary collaboration between diverse and successful Western champions in a systems approach to Global Health.

Our collaborative program in GHS-A encourages innovation. Here, ideas cross disciplinary borders and encourage knowledge generation that can lead to action and change. Due to the many strong, successful, and ongoing research and professional partnerships that Western faculty have established with African Institutions that investigate the extensive and life-threatening issues facing the African continent, we chose to focus on Africa but to also draw connections to all areas of the world, in consideration of broader Global Health issues.