The TUC Public Health Program offers two specialty tracks in Community Health and Global Health, preparing students to become future leaders who will meet current and emerging public health challenges both locally and abroad. In addition to offering an independent MPH Program, TUC prides itself on its commitment to training clinical students in three dual/joint MPH degree programs:
- Joint Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (MSPAS)/MPH Program
- Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine/MPH Dual Degree (DO/MPH)
- Doctor of Pharmacy/MPH Dual Degree (PharmD/MPH)
TUC has successfully developed collaborations and partnerships with its surrounding community that empower our faculty and students to maintain active involvement with issues that affect our local population and interests that are important to fellow residents, local leaders and organizations.