The following are graduate degree programs offered at Washington University in St. Louis.

Master’s degree programs

3-2 MPH Program
Arts & Sciences and Brown School
Designed specifically for Washington University undergraduate students, this program allows you to earn both your undergraduate degree and a Master of Public Health in a total of five years. The 3-2 MPH program is available to students pursuing any major in Washington University’s College of Arts & Sciences.

Master of Arts in Statistics
University College
This degree prepares students to perform in an information-rich, data-driven workforce that requires both general and specialized skills in statistical analysis.

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business of Healthcare Concentration
Olin Business School
This concentration is designed to help develop a new generation of leaders who manage organizations that blend both medical and business practices.

Master of Engineering Program (MEng) in Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering (EECE)
School of Engineering & Applied Science
In this program, aimed at preparing individuals for professional engineering practice, students can specialize in a variety of areas, including a concentration in technology for environmental health and international development.

Master of Population Health Sciences (MPHS)
School of Medicine
This program is designed to meet the needs of clinicians seeking training in population-based research methods. Courses and assignments are structured to give you the foundation to excel in leading, designing, conducting and moving research to applications in clinical settings.

Master of Public Health (MPH)
Brown School
This program centers around a series of intensive, team-based, problem-solving courses designed to prepare students for practice, policy and research roles. A specialization in global health is available that prepares students to confront complex issues primarily impacting resource-poor populations around the world.

Master of Science in Applied Health Behavior Research (MS AHBR)
School of Medicine and University College
This degree provides the applied skills required for the development, management and evaluation of health behavior programs and research in clinical and community settings.

Master of Science in Biostatistics and Data Science (MSBDS)
School of Medicine
This program focuses on integrating computational biostatistics, clinical trials, bioinformatics and statistical genetics, offering special features such as an internship, consulting lab experience and an optional thesis.

Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI)
School of Medicine
This degree provides scholars with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in clinical research and the academic environment.

Master of Science in Clinical Research Management (MSCRM)
University College
The program is designed for professionals working in academic research centers or private industry who seek greater depth and breadth of study in the science and business of clinical research. It encompasses in-depth coverage of essential skills and processes required for the management of studies that develop drugs, devices and treatment protocols for patient care.

Program in Occupational Therapy (MSOT)
School of Medicine
The program prepares generalist clinicians with the knowledge and skills to work as direct care providers, consultants, educators, managers and advocates for clients.

Doctoral degree programs

Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences
Arts & Sciences
The Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS) is organized into several academic programs, each representing a different scientific area. Faculty members from 30 plus departments across the university contribute to the admission, teaching and research training. A Cell to Society Pathway program is available which provides training in biology, genomics, epidemiology and biostatistics together to establish new leaders in biological and quantitative population sciences.

Program in Occupational Therapy (OTD and PhD)
School of Medicine
The OTD program prepares graduates beyond the master’s degree with in-depth knowledge in a specific area such as practice, advocacy, policy, education, research and program development. The PhD program in rehabilitation and participation science develops scientists to generate rehabilitation knowledge that will enhance health, improve quality of life, and reduce illness and disability.

Public Health Sciences (PhD)
Brown School
The program prepares students to think critically as public health scientists, succeed as independent investigators, and understand and address public health challenges for the nation and the world. It provides students hands-on research experiences and mentoring; a curriculum that builds methodological and analytical skills, and deep knowledge of the field’s theoretical and conceptual underpinnings, philosophy and history; and professional acculturation and network building.

Dual degree programs

Doctor of Medicine (MD)/Master of Population Health Sciences (MPHS)
School of Medicine
The program provides medical students with an opportunity to add clinical research methods training to their medical school experience. Medical students in the program work on a research project and use that project to complete MPHS coursework in 10 months, creating the ideal combination of didactic training and hands-on experience. MPHS program leadership can help you find a research project or lab to work in that would provide a good fit for your goals and interests.

Doctor of Medicine (MD)/Master of Public Health (MPH)
Brown School and School of Medicine
The program is designed for medical students with a special interest in community health. The dual degree approaches improving health from the perspective of prevention. Students will gain an understanding of the social, economic, environmental and cultural determinants of health, and learn to apply evidence-based approaches to community-level disease prevention, health promotion and health policy.

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT)/Master of Public Health (MPH)
Brown School and School of Medicine
The program give students a unique combination of skills and knowledge to benefit communities and populations, and will create new pathways of research, practice and health programming.

Master of Social Policy (MSP)/Master of Arts (MA)
Brown School
Students from Fudan University and Xi’an Jiaotong University will gain a global perspective on social and policy issues  at Washington University in St. Louis. Graduates will have necessary skills and experiences to advance social welfare and to develop and implement innovative policy approaches. They will be poised to address social problems and policy challenges through leadership positions in government, business and nonprofit organizations.

Graduate certificate programs

Graduate Certificate in Clinical Investigation
School of Medicine
This is a 16-credit certificate program for young investigators committed to pursuing academic careers in clinical research

Graduate Certificate in Health Behavior Planning and Evaluation
School of Medicine
This 15-credit program offers enhanced training and skill development valuable to anyone wanting to advance in their current workplace or move into the behavior health and behavior research fields.