Earn a respected University of Michigan degree at a campus that fits your schedule, personal goals and busy life. The Department of Public Health & Health Sciences offers 4 graduate programs. Below, you will find information on admissions requirements, application steps and the answer to Why UM-Flint?
The Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice Entry-Level Program (DNAP) at the University of Michigan-Flint puts you on the path to becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). Offered through the highly respected School of Health Professions and Studies in conjunction with the acclaimed Hurley Medical Center, the DNAP program combines in-depth classroom learning with hands-on clinical experiences.
Become a leader in your field and advance your practice with a Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) at the University of Michigan-Flint. The first fully accredited program of its kind offered in Michigan, the Anesthesia Practice Completion Program from UM-Flint is a flexible and innovative program that combines online learning convenience with individualized faculty support.
Masters-level health educators are employed in a variety of professional settings and roles. Our program prepares students to pursue their careers in worksite health promotion programs; non-profit community health agencies; university student health centers; state or local health departments; for-profit corporations; government agencies; faith-based settings; and hospitals or clinic settings.
The UM-Flint Master of Public Health is grounded in the foundational partnerships we have in the City of Flint and the application of these principles of authentic partnerships globally. When you add the talent of University of Michigan-Flint faculty, the deep sense of community throughout the Flint area, and the resources of the entire University of Michigan system, it’s easy to see why UM-Flint is a top choice for those pursing an advanced degree in public health.