Program Summary

Self/symptom management health and chronic illness.
Social justice, vulnerable populations and health disparities.
Informatics and technology, healthcare quality and safety, healthcare systems.
Addiction science.
*Students work with identified faculty.

Pathways/Credits (cr):
BS-PhD - 78cr*
MS-PhD -57cr
*At 31 credits can apply for MS

Class Format: In person and synchronous distance.

Class Dates: Tuesdays

Electives: Advanced methods elective, 2 cognate electives

Comprehensive/Qualifying Examination: Written comprehensive exam offered at the end of first year of MS to PhD course work. Created and reviewed by the appointed comps committee.

Dissertation: Traditional Chapter Dissertation - Dissertation follows Graduate school guidelines, typical conducted during year 3 and year 4 of full time study. 

Dissertation Committee: Follows Graduate School Guidelines: 2 CON and one interdisciplinary member, may also invite an outside the university member.

Number of PhD Students in the Program over the past 5 years: N/A

Time to graduation over the past 5 years:
MS to PhD - N/A
BS to PhD - N/A