MD-MPH Program Begins August 21
The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and the Marshall University College of Health Professions (COHP) are partnering to offer a new program to enable students to obtain both the doctor of medicine (MD) and master of public health (MPH) degrees in just four years.
Students may pursue either of two MPH concentrations. A track in Global and Community Health emphasizes practice in population health, while a second concentration in Research, Evaluation and Policy prepares students who anticipate working in health system change, including work in clinical research, program development, and policy making. With most courses offered in the evenings, MPH study accommodates the schedules of both student physicians and current practitioners. More info…
Marshall Leads in MPH Study Affordability
As we maintain our position as the best MPH study value in our region, MPH tuition rates have been frozen for the 2015-2016 academic year. In addition, all established MU faculty and staff will be able to undertake MPH study at resident tuition rates. More info…
New South Charleston Course Offerings
This fall our graduate courses are significantly expanded, with convenient scheduling. Now students can attend courses not only on Main Campus and at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine (Cabell), but also on our South Charleston campus. Most core courses are offered evenings, to facilitate study by working professionals as well as students pursuing dual degree programs.
Our Charleston offerings make pursuit of the MPH – or simply your vital continuing education – a more convenient endeavor. This fall both Epidemiology (PH 611) and Statistical Methods I (PH 621) will be offered in South Charleston.
For full fall curriculum offerings, see our on-line GPPH Course Schedule for Fall 2015.