Dual Degree Programs
The UNT Health Science Center School of Public Health offers four dual degree programs:
MPH/MS in Applied Anthropology, DO/MPH, PA/MPH and PharmD/MPH.
The students in these programs are evaluated and admitted separately to each school and must meet all requirements for each degree separately. Admission to one program does not assure admission to the other.
Students completing a dual degree program receive diplomas and transcripts from each of the participating schools. Thus, they are not joint degree programs where one diploma lists both schools, but rather dual degree programs.
In each of the following programs, students must complete the MPH core curriculum, which includes the five core public health courses. With the use of transfer credit and dual credit, students are required to complete 42-48 semester credit hours.
MPH/MS in Applied Anthropology
DO/MPH Professional Option
PA/MPH Professional Option
PharmD/MPH Professional Option
This page was last modified on October 15, 2019