The School of Medicine’s Public Health and Professional Degree Programs include a range of graduate degrees, including the Masters in Public Health (MPH) Program, which has various tracks for students who are not only interested in public health, but also in medicine, veterinary medicine, nutrition and law.
If you are interested in the role of health communication in either public health or medical care, you may want to explore a Masters in Health Communication. If combining medicine with business management is your planned career path, explore the MD/MBA Program. If you are a health care professional interested in the mechanisms, nature and treatment of pain as well as pain-related policy, check out the Masters in Pain, Research, Education and Policy Program. If you’re interested in pursuing an advanced degree in preparation for successful entry into medical and dental schools, check out the MS in Biomedical Sciences program. If you're interested in becoming an integral member of a health care team by working interdependently with physicians, check out the Physician Assistant Program.
If you have questions about a particular program that are not answered at this site, please contact the Student Services Office where the staff will be more than happy to answer your questions or arrange a meeting with a program director.
Several dual degree tracks that are offered as part of the MPH Program include: