The purpose of this joint degree is to train physicians in the knowledge and skills needed to recognize, analyze and solve the key problems affecting the health of our community and society. The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree offered through the Brown School is unique in that it prepares students to apply public health sciences and transdisciplinary approaches to problem solving for improving population health, especially in vulnerable communities. Courses involve learning systematic approaches to implement and sustain public health discoveries regionally, nationally and internationally. Both the Brown School and the School of Medicine are top-ranked academic centers, which makes this joint degree an outstanding opportunity.
For more information about the MD/MPH program, please contact Angela Hobson, PhD, assistant dean for Public Health, by phone at 314-935-2760 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org; information can also by obtained by sending an email to Brown School admissions.
Please visit the Brown School MPH website for more information about our public health research.
The Department of Public Health offers courses through the Graduate School. Visit the university online course listings for semester offerings for S55 MPH.