The Combined Degree Program is a path for continuous study from the bachelor’s degree through a master’s level professional degree at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Students in the Combined Degree Program take graduate courses during their senior year, which are applied to both the bachelor’s degree and master’s degree requirements. Students complete all undergraduate requirements and graduate with a bachelor’s degree, then move onto full-time enrollment in an MPH, MPH&TM, MSPH, or MHA program.
Students receiving a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) at Tulane can learn more about the Combined Degree Program here: https://sph.tulane.edu/combined-degree-program-bsph-majors
Students receiving a Bachelor of Science (BS) or a Bachelor of Management (BSM) at Tulane can learn more about the Combined Degree Program here: https://sph.tulane.edu/bsph/combined-bs-or-bsm
Advantages of the Combined Degree Program:
- Jumpstart master’s degree and graduate with an advanced degree in less time (3 semesters instead of 4).
- 35% tuition discount on remaining tuition (discount does not apply to mandatory fees).
- Seamless matriculation into a graduate program.