MPAP/MS in Public Health is an additional one-year program which provides 32 credit hours of public health courses. Students will spend their first year completing the MS in Public Health (MSPH) coursework (including fall, spring and summer semesters). The year as an MSPH student will be solely devoted to public health curriculum.
The following year of the MPAP/MS in Public Health program, students enter the Physician Assistant (PA) Program to complete the required 24-month PA curriculum, in addition to their MSPH research project.Apply to the MPAP/MSPH Program
The dual degree program is open to accepted Master of Physician Assistant Program and Master of Science in Public Health applicants. Prospective applicants to the dual degree program must select the dual degree option when the application is first submitted to be considered for acceptance.