The Institute for Health and Society offers graduate programs and certificate program enrolling approximately 200 graduate students each year. These programs include:
A Doctorate in Biostatistics provides a broad and intensive training in the complex skills of biostatistics. Visit the Biostatistics site for more information or contact Dr. Mei-Jie Zhang, Professor and Biostatistics PhD Program Director, at (414) 955-8375.
The Doctorate in Public and Community Health is designed to transform the research paradigm in public and community health by educating a new generation of innovative researchers. Visit the PhD in Public & Community Health site for more information or contact Cindy Schmitz, Program Coordinator, at (414) 456-4517.
The Master of Arts in Bioethics stresses the interplay among the social, legal, bio-technical and ethical aspects of health care, Visit the Bioethics site for more information or contact Kristen Tym, Medical Education Coordinator, at (414) 456-4299.
The Master of Public Health is a unique distance-education graduate program designed to meet the needs of working health-care professionals or those with a bachelor’s degree, who are interested in public health. Visit the Master of Public Health (MPH) site for more information or contact Jessica Gillis, Program Coordinator, at (414) 955-4510.