Other Dual Degree Programs

M.P.H./M.Ed. (International Education Policy and Management)

Students interested in the M.P.H. program and the M.Ed. in International Education Policy and Management program will have the opportunity to complete both degrees in three years of study (seven academic terms).

Students must apply and be accepted separately to both the M.P.H. program in the School of Medicine and the M.Ed. program in Peabody College of Education and Human Development.

The M.P.H. degree requires 42 hours of academic credit which include didactic core and track-specific courses, as well as courses associated with the public health practicum and thesis. Dual degree students spend a minimum of three terms (fall, spring, and summer), or one academic year, focused on M.P.H. required course work. They typically complete 36 or more credit hours during these three terms. The summer term includes didactic courses in the month of May and the completion of the public health practicum.

M.P.H./M.A. (Latin American Studies)

Students interested in the M.P.H. program and M.A. in Latin American Studies program will have the opportunity to complete both degrees in three years of study (seven academic terms).

Students must apply and be accepted separately to both the M.P.H. program in the School of Medicine and the M.A. in Latin American Studies program in the Graduate School.

The M.P.H. degree requires 42 hours of academic credit which include didactic core and track-specific courses, as well as courses associated with the public health practicum and thesis. Dual degree students spend a minimum of three terms (fall, spring, and summer), or one academic year, focused on M.P.H. required course work. They typically complete 36 or more credit hours during these three terms. The summer term includes didactic courses in the month of May and the completion of the public health practicum.