The Quantitative Methods (QM) field of study provides students with the necessary quantitative and analytical skills to approach and solve problems in public health and clinical research and practice. This field is designed for mid-career health professionals, research scientists, and MD/MPH specific dual/joint-degree students.
Through a competency-based curriculum, health professionals in the MPH-45 receive the analytical and statistical knowledge and skills required for successful public health practice and research. In addition to providing broad perspectives on general aspects of public health, the QM field of study provides an excellent foundation for those interested in pursuing academic careers in the health sciences.
Master of Public Health (45 credits)
The Master of Public Health 45-credit degree provides established professionals with the specialized skills and powerful global network needed to progress their careers in public health.
- Abbreviation: MPH-45 QM
- Degree format: On campus
- Time commitment: Full-time or part-time
- Average program length: One year full-time; two years part-time
The Quantitative Methods (QM) field of study is uniquely designed for mid-career health professionals, research scientists, and MD/MPH students. Students who choose QM are passionate about clinical and population-based health research, and dedicated to learning the tools necessary for implementation.
Graduates of the Master of Public Health (MPH) 45-credit program with the Quantitative Methods (QM) field of study are prepared to fulfill professional positions in clinical and population-based health research in government, health care institutions, and private industry.