Coordinated Doctor of Medicine / Master of Science in Public Health Program
Coordinated Master of Public Health and Doctor of Medicine (MPH/MD) Program
Students may choose between two program formats: a four-year program or a five-year program.
- The four-year program requires students to complete MPH coursework while also completing medical school coursework. Additionally, students in the four-year program begin taking courses the summer before they begin medical school.
- The five-year program requires students to take a one-year leave of absence from medical school to concentrate on MPH coursework.
Students may complete the MPH degree program totally online, in class, or through a mix of online and in class experiences.
Below are the course required for the MPH degree, for information about the MD curriculum please click here.
|MPH Core Requirement (20 hours):|
|ENH 600||Fundamentals of Environmental Health Science||3|
|EPI 600||Introduction to Epidemiology||3|
|or EPI 610||Principles of Epidemiologic Research|
|HB 600||Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health||3|
|HCO 600||Management and Policy in Public Health Systems and Services||4|
|PUH 695||The Public Health Integrative Experience||3|
|PUH Electives (7 hours):||7|
|PUH 697||Practice Placement / Internship||3|
|Credit from MD Curriculum||12|
Note: Students must complete the MPH Core plus 7 credit hours of MPH focus courses for a total of 30 credit hours in addition to the required MD curriculum requirements. Twelve credit hours from the MD curriculum are credited toward the MPH degree for a total of 42 MPH credit hours.
For additional information concerning the coordinated MD/MPH program contact the School of Public Health at firstname.lastname@example.org.