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MPH in Clinical Translational Science

Master of Public Health in Clinical Translational Science

The Master of Public Health in Clinical Translational Science is an emphasis program in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program. The MPH is the standard professional degree, recognized throughout the world for public health practice, both in the public sector and in emerging private sector careers related to population health. The MPH program requires a minimum of 45 credit hours. Those credit hours include core courses, specializations requirements, a practicum and a culminating experience.

Students in the MPH CTS follow the MPH curriculum with a specific set of specialized requirements relating to clinical research. Most full-time students can finish the program in 16 months (3 regular semesters plus a summer term). A consult with an advisor should help evaluate other options (including a one year plan).

For more information contact Stuart Hobbs, the CCTS Research Education, Training, and Career Development Program Manager.

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