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.
The 48-credit MSCM program prepares students as skilled community medicine practitioners to work in the safety net community clinics, federally qualified health centers, public health departments, healthcare systems, non-governmental organizations, and industries that serve those communities.
All courses are taught online, asynchronously, with real-world, community-based experiences occurring in the student’s geographical location.
Students take courses to build their knowledge foundation and complete a capstone learning experience in the first year. Relevant electives will be offered based on whether the student wants to pursue employment following graduation or continue onto medical school/health provider programs. Students complete two foundational courses in the second year and apply their mastered knowledge to real-life experiences with a second capstone project.
F – Foundational course
T – Track-specific course
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