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Description : Master's program(english) in University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Graduate School

Training takes place on the basis of six colleges:

  • College of Allied Medical Professions
  • College of Dentistry
  • Medical College
  • College of Nursing
  • Pharmaceutical College
  • College of Public Health.

The Masters of Public Health (MHA) program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center provides recent college graduates and early and middle-level health workers with an interdisciplinary education in leadership, collaboration, and analytics to prepare for leadership positions in health organizations. The program is designed for two or three years of study, depending on the preferences of the student. Graduates receive leadership, communication and management skills, knowledge of the healthcare environment, business and analytical skills.

The full-time and distance Master of Public Health (MPH) program is a master's program designed to prepare graduates for work in the field of public health. The training focuses on the areas of prevention, social justice, the basis of scientific medical knowledge and interdependence with other areas. Public health is facing unprecedented social and global challenges, including climate change, globalization, the growth of chronic and infectious diseases, and new health systems.

The MS Emergency Preparedness Training Program can be mastered in two academic years. Students enrolling in the MS master's program choose between practice and study course.

At the University of Nebraska Medical Center you can get a doctoral degree in the following specialties:

  • Candidate of Biostatistics
  • Candidate in environmental health, occupational health and toxicology
  • Candidate of Epidemiology
  • PhD in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  • PhD in Health, Research, Administration and Policy.

 

Double degree programs

The University of Nebraska Medical Center offers a full-time dual degree program in collaboration with the College of Related Health Professions, the College of Pharmacy, the University of Nebraska at Omaha, the School of Social Work, the College of Business and the Lincoln College of Law and the College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources.

Dual degree programs provide students with a unique opportunity to integrate medical and related programs, information technology, or training in the social sciences with a degree in public health. The main goal is to train specialists to assess, understand and solve problems related to the health of the whole human society.

 

Postdoctoral programs

UNMC provides a wide range of post-doctoral educational opportunities in various fields of biomedical sciences: cancer biology, nano- and regenerative medicine, with an emphasis on translational research.

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Graduate School

Training takes place on the basis of six colleges:

  • College of Allied Medical Professions
  • College of Dentistry
  • Medical College
  • College of Nursing
  • Pharmaceutical College
  • College of Public Health.

The Masters of Public Health (MHA) program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center provides recent college graduates and early and middle-level health workers with an interdisciplinary education in leadership, collaboration, and analytics to prepare for leadership positions in health organizations. The program is designed for two or three years of study, depending on the preferences of the student. Graduates receive leadership, communication and management skills, knowledge of the healthcare environment, business and analytical skills.

The full-time and distance Master of Public Health (MPH) program is a master's program designed to prepare graduates for work in the field of public health. The training focuses on the areas of prevention, social justice, the basis of scientific medical knowledge and interdependence with other areas. Public health is facing unprecedented social and global challenges, including climate change, globalization, the growth of chronic and infectious diseases, and new health systems.

The MS Emergency Preparedness Training Program can be mastered in two academic years. Students enrolling in the MS master's program choose between practice and study course.

At the University of Nebraska Medical Center you can get a doctoral degree in the following specialties:

  • Candidate of Biostatistics
  • Candidate in environmental health, occupational health and toxicology
  • Candidate of Epidemiology
  • PhD in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  • PhD in Health, Research, Administration and Policy.

 

Double degree programs

The University of Nebraska Medical Center offers a full-time dual degree program in collaboration with the College of Related Health Professions, the College of Pharmacy, the University of Nebraska at Omaha, the School of Social Work, the College of Business and the Lincoln College of Law and the College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources.

Dual degree programs provide students with a unique opportunity to integrate medical and related programs, information technology, or training in the social sciences with a degree in public health. The main goal is to train specialists to assess, understand and solve problems related to the health of the whole human society.

 

Postdoctoral programs

UNMC provides a wide range of post-doctoral educational opportunities in various fields of biomedical sciences: cancer biology, nano- and regenerative medicine, with an emphasis on translational research.

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