Education Programs in Public Health Sciences
The Department of Public Health Sciences is the administrative and academic home of two degree programs granted through the University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS): the Master in Clinical Research and the Master in Public Health.
The Master of Science in Clinical Research provides a broad range of training opportunities for students interested in the areas of clinical investigation, clinical information management, and health services research.
The nationally accredited Master of Public Health Program offers an individualized and interdisciplinary experience that focuses on the competencies professionals need to improve the health of communities and individuals. The curriculum provides graduate professional training in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies; health policy, law and ethics; and translational and community-based research and community engagement strategies.
The Department of Public Health Sciences, Academic Programs Office provides students with a wide array of resources. Whether you are a prospective student with admissions questions or a current student obtaining career counseling, you are encouraged to contact us. Our goal is to offer support as you embark on the application process and to continue to be a resource during your student experience here.
Tracey L. Brookman
Other Educational Programs
In addition to the two degree programs, the Department of Public Health Sciences also provides or collaborates on public health and health policy education throughout the University.
Undergraduate Medical Education (Medical Students)
Graduate Medical Education (Residents and Fellows)
Advanced Studies in Bioethics (Graduate and Undergraduate Students; Residents and Fellows)
Global Public Health Major in the Global Development Studies Program (Undergraduate Students)
Global Public Health Minor (Undergraduate Students)
Human Biology Major (Undergraduate Students)
Five-Year BA/BS - Public Health Program (Undergraduate Students)