Why You Should Boost Your Degree with a Master of Public Health
interested in topics like health policy, and epidemiology? wondering how to land competitive career opportunities in your field? studying medicine, vet med, optometry, dentistry, or another program at MWU?
If this sounds like you, consider Midwestern University's online dual degree in Public Health. This program not only gives you the opportunity to earn a master's degree alongside your current doctoral degree, but it provides you with more diverse opportunities to make a difference in the world.
Our dual degree program in Public Health offers:
Flexible, online classes that can be taken while you pursue your primary degree
Cost savings (you can transfer up to 12 credits to the program)
Applied public health experiences in human, animal and environmental areas
Who Qualifies for the Master of Public Health Dual Degree Option?
Students who have been accepted to or are currently studying osteopathic medicine, veterinary medicine, optometry, or dental medicine can apply to the Master of Public Health dual degree program. Interested students from other MWU programs may be able to qualify if given approval from their college dean/program director and the Public Health program director.
Quick Facts & Stats
According to the American Medical Association, earning a dual degree in public health is one way to get your foot in the door if you're interested in shaping national or global health policies.
According to Forbes, dual degrees can help students qualify for more jobs and easily pivot career paths.