Earn Your Master of Population Health Sciences degree
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis provides clinicians, researchers and medical students the opportunity to earn the Master of Population Health Sciences degree (MPHS). Through the collaboration with Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, the MPHS core and elective courses are opened for SIU faculty and staff interested in pursuing their MPHS degree. The MPHS curriculum is designed to accelerate population-based clinical outcomes research expertise. Courses and assignments are structured to give students the foundation to excel in leading, designing conducting, and moving research to applications in clinical settings.
For questions about the MPHS program, contact Joyce Linn, program coordinator, at 314-362-5501.
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