If you have a growing interest in epidemiologic research and strong quantitative skills, consider the MS degree. Graduates often work in analysis of health-related data and many choose to pursue a PhD in epidemiology.
If you are interested in applying epidemiologic principles to public health practice, environmental health sciences or health services administration, the MPH degree may be the best choice for you.
If you already hold a master’s degree and would like to direct epidemiologic research, apply to the PhD program.
As a graduate, you could work in academic settings, health departments, medical centers and hospitals, clinical practices or private corporations. Learn more about how our alumni are using their degrees.
Typically, the program takes two years.