The department of Public Health & Health Sciences offers four graduate degrees. Please expand the headings below to learn more about each of our programs.
Graduate Degrees in PHHS
PHHS offers two graduate-level programs in Anesthesia: a Master of Science in Anesthesia and a Doctor of Anesthesia Practice (DrAP).
Master of Science in Anesthesia
The Master of Science degree in Anesthesia is offered in conjunction with Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan. This 24 month, full-time program will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to become certified for entry into anesthesia practice as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA).
Doctor of Anesthesia Practice (DrAP)
The University of Michigan-Flint Doctor of Anesthesia Practice (DrAP) is a 32-credit, part-time program designed to prepare the CRNA for a leadership role among a broad range of positions within healthcare.
Master of Science in Health Education
The Master of Science in Health Education makes an advanced degree possible for those students already working in the field, as well as students who have recently completed an undergraduate degree in health education or a related field. This program offers instruction in health behavior change theory and practice; program planning; marketing; health communications and program evaluation; and research techniques. Learn more.
Master of Public Health
The Master of Public Health (MPH) program is designed to address the needs of individuals who aim to promote and protect the health and well-being of human populations as public health professionals. The UM-Flint Master of Public Health is a collaborative program which combines the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Certificate in Foundations of Public Health (CFPH) program with additional UM-Flint coursework to complete the MPH degree. Graduates will earn both the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor CFPH and the UM-Flint MPH degree. Learn more.
Students may complete the program full or part-time, with 100% of the CFPH courses online.