Students enrolling in either the osteopathic medicine or podiatric medicine programs may be eligible for a dual-degree option leading to a Master of Public Health, Master of Health Care Administration, Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences or Master of Science in Anatomy.  Students enrolling in the physical therapy or physician assistant program may be eligible for a dual-degree option leading to a Master of Public Health or a Master of Health Care Administration.

This option enables students to combine their clinical knowledge and practice with expertise gained in the master’s degree program, helping their patients and enhancing their professional options and career. All of the course work in the Master of Public Health program and the Master of Health Care Administration program can be completed online.

Students interested in pursuing a dual Master of Public Health - Master of Health Care Administration degree option must complete at least nine (9) credits in his/her primary program, and then apply through the admissions office.