MD/MPH - UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas

The Doctor of Medicine/Master of Public Health (MD/MPH) dual degree is a collaborative program between UT Southwestern (UTSW) Medical School and UTHealth School of Public Health in Dallas. The integrated dual degree program satisfies the requirements of both the MD and MPH degree program. The MPH degree requires that students attain skills and knowledge in core public health disciplines of biostatistics; environmental and occupational health; epidemiology and disease control; health promotion and behavioral sciences; and management, policy and community health.  Shared crediting makes it possible for students to complete both degrees in four years.

See the informational flyer for the MD/MPH in Medicine and Public Health for more details.

The MPH Program – 45 Credits Total

  • Core Courses (18 credits)
  • Shared Credits from UT Southwestern Medical School (12 credits)
  • Advanced Public Health Coursework (9 credits)
  • Integrative Learning Experience (3 credits)
  • Practicum (3 credits)

Students pursuing a dual degree opportunity are entered into the Customized MPH program at UTHealth School of Public Health. For more information on the Customized MPH program and to view a program planner, click here

Program Contacts:

UTHealth School of Public Health
Molly Patterson, MS 

Bijal Balasubramanian MBBS, PhD

Robert Hammarberg, MPA 

UT Southwestern Medical School
Angela Mihalic, MD