University of Chicago Masters of Science in Precision Health

One of the first programs of its kind, the UChicago Masters of Science in Precision Health (MSPH) applies precision medicine technologies and methodologies to a broader population health context. The program’s core curriculum focuses on epidemiology, data science/AI, biostatistics, population health, bioinformatics, and equity and inclusion. Courses are primarily taught by renowned faculty in the University’s Institute for Population and Precision Health. In addition to the core curriculum, students are encouraged to choose one of the program’s three concentrations: data science, clinical research, or entrepreneurship in medicine. The MSPH can be completed in one academic year, culminating in a summer capstone project.

The MSPH prepares graduates for careers in clinical and academic research, pharmaceutical research and development, and medical start-ups, among other fields. MSPH graduates may also be well-positioned to move on to a doctoral program or medical school.

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