Degree

Master Degree Program

M.P.H Program in Public Health

Education goals

  • To enhance students’ advanced knowledge and skills in public health.
  • To make students have evidence-based critical thinking and basic research abilities.
  • To enhance students’ concerns on international health and sustainable development for the betterment of the global health.

Requirement and Credits

This 2-year master program requires students to complete 36-credit courses (required 17-credit courses including 6 credits in doing a thesis, and 19-credit electives). This program provides three disciplinary tracks for applicants: environmental health, health behavior & health and social welfare, and epidemiology & preventive medicine. Each disciplinary track provides students with elective courses. Students have to complete required 4-credit courses from their own enrolled tracks plus 15 credits from electives across disciplines.

Curriculum on M.P.H Program in Public Health (download)

 

MD-MPH Program

Education goals

  • To train medical students majoring in Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine, and Dentistry to become public health professionals with basic knowledge and research skills in epidemiology and biostatistics.
  • To foster students’ abilities in applying professional knowledge of health education, health promotion and preventive medicine to health care practices.
  • To enhance students’ concerns on international health and sustainable development for the betterment of the global health.

Requirement and Credits

Applicants for this program are required to complete at least 128 credits in medical schools. Enrolled students must complete 36-credit courses (required 14-credit courses including 6 credits in doing a thesis, 22-credit electives).

Curriculum on MD-MPH Program (download)

 

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