Master of Population Health Sciences (MPHS)
The Master of Population Health Sciences (MPHS) at Washington University is a 33 credit graduate degree for young investigators interested in obtaining population-based clinical outcomes research expertise. Courses and assignments are structured to give you the foundation to excel in leading, designing, conducting, and moving research to applications in clinical settings.
The Master of Population Health Sciences program’s uniquely thorough curriculum and clinically-relevant courses are designed to ensure that our students substantially advance their research methods competency and boost their research productivity through applied coursework rather than a thesis or capstone requirement. Applied coursework means that MPHS students use their own research projects and data sets for projects in almost every course. Our MPHS students graduate with papers ready for publishing, grants written, approved study protocols, and much more.
- Graham A. Colditz, MD, DrPH, FAFPHM
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