Learn the answers to some frequently asked questions for KGI’s MSCM program.
The program welcomes community site suggestions from the students, but it must be approved by KGI faculty. Considering our students will reside in cities across the country, we know that you may have existing connections or interest with sites in your area. If you are unable to find a site, we will help you find a community site.
2.80 or higher
There are no prerequisite majors or courses for this program. We are looking to recruit a diverse group of students, regardless of their previous background or coursework. We are focused on admitting students who are dedicated to working in underserved or underrepresented communities. Community service is strongly encouraged.
The Master of Science in Community Medicine is somewhat similar to a Master of Public Health, but with distinct differences:
Read more about the differences between a MPH and MSCM.
After graduating with an MSCM degree, students are qualified to enter the workforce directly or seek further training as physicians or other health professionals.
Top potential occupations (entering the workforce directly):
Top potential occupations (after additional professional training):