The Brown University School of Public Health’s Accelerated MPH for Clinicians is a fast-paced, in-person program designed to deliver an academically rigorous and comprehensive public health education to professionals with prior medical or clinical healthcare education.
The Accelerated MPH for Clinicians program comprises:
- 10.5-units (i.e., the equivalent of 42 semester credits) that students can complete in one year (i.e., July – May), beginning with an online session in the summer.
- A curriculum that enables clinical professionals to achieve a deep and broad understanding of public health at a pace that complements their existing expertise and experience.
The Brown University School of Public Health has substantial strengths in teaching students how to translate public health principles into policy and practice. Drawing on expertise from faculty within biostatistics, epidemiology, health services, policy and practice, and behavioral sciences, the Accelerated MPH program is designed to transform clinicians into experts in public health.