Through this five-year program, you will earn an MPH degree with a concentration in community health and health behavior and a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree.
This collaborative program prepares you to incorporate a public health approach with your medical practice or research—providing care for individuals as well as communities.
Our MPH curriculum will provide a comprehensive understanding of public health philosophy, as well as the practical knowledge and skills needed to address current and emerging public health problems. You’ll complete 46 credits, including coursework, three to six credits of field training and two credits for an integrative project.
The MD curriculum provides a general medical professional education that permits you to learn the fundamental principles of medicine, to acquire skills of critical judgment based on education and experience and to develop an ability to use principles and skills wisely in solving problems of health and disease.
First and Second Year
You will need to submit separate applications to and be admitted to the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the School of Public Health and Health Professions.
You should first apply to the School of Medicine. Once accepted,
discuss your interest in the combined degree program with the associate
dean for medical education and admissions, and plan to apply to
the MPH program during your second year of medical school.
Contact Charles M. Severin, PhD, MD, associate dean for medical education and admissions, at email@example.com.