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The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice (TDI), Center for Education offers two one-year master's degree programs: a Master of Science (MS), and a Master of Public Health (MPH). The overarching educational goal of the graduate degree programs is to prepare leaders in the measurement, organization, and improvement of health and health care. Both Masters degree programs build upon a rigorous core curriculum that provides an understanding of the challenges facing the U.S. health care system and a firm grounding in the skills required to evaluate and improve public health and health care. Students will receive a foundation in epidemiology and biostatistics, outcomes research, health decision making, health economics, and health care improvement. Students enter this program with a wide range of academic backgrounds with majors including, English, Economics, Psychology, History, Math, Geography, Sociology, Biology, Chemistry, and a host of others.
Dartmouth offers a 1 year full-time non-traditional Master of Public Health program that provides a uniquely comprehensive introduction to the U.S. health care systems and its impact on population health. This 56 credit program offers a generalist curriculum using an evidence-based approach focused on health outcomes and methods of analysis common to public health, MPH students gain an understanding of the medical care and public health systems.