Master's Degree Programs

MD-MPH Dual Degree Program

Although Stanford does not offer a Master’s Degree in Public Health, we strongly encourage students to consider graduate-level training in public health as a complement to their medical education. MPH programs require students to select an area of specialization such as epidemiology, health policy, community health, environmental health, maternal and child health, infectious diseases, and public health nutrition.

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Master of Science Degree
 in Epidemiology and Clinical Research


The Master’s Degree in Epidemiology and Clinical Research is oriented primarily for physicians and other students with interests in clinical epidemiology who anticipate careers in translational and clinical research.  Students receive training in epidemiologic methods, statistical analysis, and other areas essential to patient-oriented clinical research.

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Master of Science in Community Health and Prevention Research

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR) consists of a minimum of 45 units and is designed for students pursuing health-related careers focusing on chronic disease prevention, health and wellness promotion, and the pursuit of health equity.

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Master of Science Degree in Health Policy

This program provides students with the skills to conduct and interpret research in health policy and clinical decision-making.

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