MA-UEP/MPH Curriculum

Students work closely with an advisor to plan a course schedule that meets both core requirements and their specific interests. Generally, in the first and second semesters students take courses in the UEP Program at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; for the third and fourth semesters courses continue in the MPH Program at the School of Medicine. However, students are encouraged to integrate their knowledge in both programs from the start by taking courses to fulfill degree requirements via cross-registration. The final year is split between UEP and MPH enrollment.

UEP Requirements (14 credits)
Foundations of Public Policy and Planning
Economics for Planning and Policy Analysis
Cities in Space Place and Time
Field Projects: Planning and Practice
Four to Five Electives
Internship
Thesis or Capstone Exam

MPH Requirements (13 credits)
Principles of Epidemiology
Occupational and Environmental Health
Public Health & Health Care: Politics, Policies & Programs
Health Behavior and Health Communication
Public Health Methods
One Elective
Applied Learning Experience

Double-Credited Courses
Biostatistics
Public Health and the Built Environment
Two Shared Electives