The MPHS curriculum is designed accelerate your population-based clinical outcomes research expertise and gives you the foundation to excel in leading, designing, conducting, and moving research to applications in clinical settings. Students are able to guide their learning by selecting topics for class discussion and assignments that are relevant to their interests and careers. Instructors often select case studies, prioritize reading lists and shape class discussions from current, in-the-news clinical outcomes research and population health topics.
The MPHS program offers four concentrations to help focus your training: Clinical Epidemiology; Quantitative Methods; Health Services; and Psychiatric and Behavioral Health Sciences. In addition to the core coursework required for all MPHS students, each concentration combines its own set of required elective courses and student-selected elective courses to provide thorough and relevant training customized to your clinical outcomes research career goals. To learn more about MPHS concentration options, click here.
MPHS students need 33 credit hours for graduation. Learn more about our courses, including descriptions, instructors and syllabi:
Course calendar by semester