Students spend the first year taking courses to build the foundation of their knowledge, and then apply that knowledge with community-based learning experiences in the second year.
54 credits are required to earn a Master of Science degree in Community Medicine.
Year 1 – 30 credits
Foundational courses (all students)
Elective Tracks – 6 credits
Capstone I (all students)
Year 2 – 24 credits
Capstone II (all students)