Graduate and Professional

Explore our graduate and professional degree programs offered in many disciplines and fields.

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Master Degrees


Address current and emerging public health challenges by obtaining the knowledge and skills you need to create change in our world. Concentrations include Biostatistics, Community Health and Health Behavior, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Individualized MPH (formerly Generalist) and Health Services Administration.


Advance your training in statistical theory, methods and applications to help prepare for the pursuit of a doctoral degree or direct entry into the workplace.

Advance your training in statistical theory, methods and applications.

Understand community and individual-level causes of public health problems and solutions, and prepare for further graduate study or a career in research.


Gain the skills and knowledge necessary to design and conduct studies into understanding the causation, distribution, control, prevention and improvement of outcomes of disease and other health conditions.


Understand the role of exercise in health, performance, and disease prevention in a program personalized to your interest in research or clinical practice.

Prepare for credentialing as a registered dietitian in a program that provides unsurpassed field experience and graduate study.

Explore the role of nutrition in improved health and disease prevention in a program personalized to your interest in either nutrition science or clinical nutrition.


Our combined degree program in Occupational Therapy gives you the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in less time, and our unique professional doctor of physical therapy program gives you more hands on clinical experience than nearly any other program in the nation. Note that this program begins at the undergraduate level. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Student Services and Recruitment for information about how to get started. 


Obtain the skills needed to maximizes health, well-being and quality of life for all people, populations, and communities by facilitating participation in everyday living.


Help individuals live healthier lives by learning how to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability while obtaining valuable practical and clinical experience.


Contribute new discoveries to the discipline of biostatistics through original, independent research.

Prepare for a career in academic, governmental or private research by developing specialized knowledge of community and individual-level causes of public health problems and solutions.


Design, conduct, analyze, interpret and discuss epidemiological research while earning the highest degree in epidemiology. Image copyright CDC/Jessie Blount.

Conduct original research to better understand the link between exercise, nutrition and overall wellness as you prepare for your career in academia, government, health care or clinical research.

Investigate the theories of rehabilitation science through an interdisciplinary curriculum and establish a line of research to further establish the benefits of rehabilitation in health, wellness, and disease states.

Earn two degrees—an MD from UB’s Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and a PhD in epidemiology—in less time and fewer credits than each individually with this collaborative program. 


Advance your statistical knowledge and programming techniques to better analyze data from a variety of sources, including clinical trials, observational studies and laboratory research.
Develop your knowledge and skills in biostatistical informatics: the study of high-dimensional data in biomedical and public health research.

Learn the science and practice of assistive technology used by people with disabilities.