MCW Graduate School
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53226, United States
The Public & Community Health PhD program at MCW, the first of its kind in Wisconsin, provides students with advanced public health training that creates opportunities for original, independent research focused on relevant public health issues. Our innovative curriculum features essential components of public health and community health improvement through participation and partnership.
Doctoral Degree, PhD, Doctor of Philosophy
Anthony Perez, MS Ed
We look for students who have a strong foundation in the quantitative, behavioral and biological sciences, regardless of undergraduate major. Other indicators of a commitment to a graduate program, which are carefully weighed in the admissions process, include participation in public health research, particularly mentored research programs, and related professional and life experiences. We look for students who have strong quantitative and writing skills. Students must have taken a course in 1) psychology, sociology or anthropology, 2) Anatomy, physiology or biology, 3) statistics, and 4) research methods. Previous experience in research or related professional experiences is strongly suggested. Applicants for the part-time program need a master's degree and professional experience in a related field.