The public health concentration allows students to explore social and systems-based aspects of the public health field against the backdrop of a strong foundation in biomedical sciences.
The concentration in public health involves 22-24 credit hours of course work, including a capstone project and presentation. Six credits of introductory public health are taken at Thomas Jefferson University School of Population Health, located in center-city Philadelphia, in evening sessions.
After completing foundation year coursework, students may progress to the second-year degree concentration.
For more information about the public health concentration, please contact:
Robert Cuzzolino, EdD
Vice President for Graduate Programs and Planning