JD/LLM in Taxation
Understand the most complex issues of tax law. Gain a strong foundation in tax law, including estate and benefit taxes. Learn more aout the JD/LLM dual degree.
JD/LLM in Transnational Law
Harness the global legal marketplace and prepare for the world of international law used by intellectual proprietors, multinational corporations and online entities. This program requires a semester abroad in order for students to take compare the details of different legal systems. Learn more about the JD/LLM dual degree.
Individually Designed Dual Law Degrees
Combine your law degree with a master’s in another subject of your interest. In addition to the JD/MBA and JD/MPH programs, the Law School will consider requests to pursue dual degrees (e.g., a JD/MA in history, political science, psychology, or religion) on an individualized basis. To pursue one of these dual degrees, you’ll need to submit a written proposal to a faculty committee for approval. Learn more about individually designed dual law degrees.
JD/MBA in Law/Business Administration
Earn a joint JD/MBA degree. Opt for a three-year program if you have a moderate background in business or economics; choose the four-year program if you are new to law and business. Learn more about the JD/MBA dual degree.
DPT/MA in Physical Therapy/Urban Bioethics
Supplement your Physical Therapy training with advanced education and exposure to the ethics of clinical practice. Study strategies for care in environments of diversity, disparity and inequalities; position yourself for specialized leadership roles in the health industry or postdoctoral education. Learn more about the DPT/MA dual degree.
College of Public Health / Other Schools and Colleges
DMD/MPH in Dentistry/Public Health
Combine a degree in Dentistry with a rigorous Public Health education. This interwoven program adds just one year to the medical school experience: you’ll spend your first year in the College of Public Health before matriculating into the Kornberg School of Dentistry. Gain fieldwork experience to apply your clinical and theoretical knowledge in a professional setting. Learn more about the DMD/MPH dual degree.
DO/MPH in Osteopathic Medicine/Public Health (with the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine)
Combine a degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine with a master’s degree in Public Health from Temple. You’ll graduate with a comprehensive understand of key behavioral, environmental and social factors that affect patient health. You’ll also gain access to a broader base of external funding and new career opportunities in osteopathic medicine. Learn more about the DO/MPH dual degree.
JD/MPH in Law/Public Health
Increase your knowledge of the natural and social sciences while preparing to make positive change in the legal system. Learn more about the JD/MPH dual degree.
MD/MPH in Medicine/Public Health
Earn a master’s degree in Public Health while becoming a physician. The MPH degree enables MDs to better understand the social and environmental factors that influence healthcare and the patient experience. Learn more about the MD/MPH dual degree.
MHA/MPH in Health Administration/Public Health
Supplement a degree in the business of health administration with advanced knowledge of public health policy. Encompassing both business acumen and population health management competencies, this dual degree will provide you with the broad skill set to manage today’s healthcare organizations. Graduates leave the program better prepared to improve community health and combat health disparities. Learn more about the MHA/MPH dual degree.
MPH/DPM in Public Health/Podiatric Medicine
Combine a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree with a Master of Public Health degree. Earned full time in the midst of podiatric studies, the MPH helps students understand the social and environmental factors that influence healthcare and patient experiences. Learn more about the MPH/DPM dual degree.
MPP/MPH in Public Policy/Public Health
Train as a public health professional with additional expertise in public policy. Learn how to manage public sector and nonprofit organizations and how to operate successfully within a political environment as a public health professional. You’ll be able to complete both degrees in a total of three years. Learn more about the MPP/MPH dual degree.
MSW/MPH in Social Work/Public Health
Assess and address the concerns of underserved populations with a dual degree that combines the physical, psychological and social indicators of positive health. Future administrators, clinicians, educators and policy makers gain distinct knowledge and experience fieldwork for both disciplines in the region. Learn more about the MSW/MPH dual degree.
MPH Dual Degree Concentrations
For each of the above dual degrees, students can choose one of the following five public health concentrations:
- Applied Biostatistics MPH: Apply your knowledge of statistics and analytics to the study of public health. Learn to calculate risk for individual data sets and evaluate policy with complex information in accordance with the Council on Education for Public Health.
- Environmental Health MPH: Support positive health by addressing people’s environments, and focus on the health science and data knowledge required to understand pertinent factors. Learn to identify and mitigate environmental risks to public health, as well as investigate and report on progress after intervention.
- Epidemiology MPH: Research populations and their health challenges and learn to design studies, survey health problems, examine the bioethics of human research and grasp the core methods of biostatistics.
- Health Policy and Management MPH: Interpret health policy for practical leadership of healthcare institutions, providers and agencies through a program that includes all the elements of healthcare research and transformation, as well as intensive fieldwork.
- Social and Behavioral Science MPH: Promote health by understanding the holistic factors of illness and health care access with a program that trains practitioners to assess behavioral, social, and cultural factors through communication, counseling, and education. Graduates are well placed to join health-related industries or administer educational departments.
MD/PhD in Biomedical Sciences
Combine the Doctor of Medicine program with a PhD degree in Biomedical Sciences. This joint degree program is ideal for future physicians specifically interested in researching the processes and systems of the human body. Learn more about the MD/PhD dual degree.
MD/PhD in Biomedical Sciences, Cancer Biology and Genetics Specialization
Combine the Doctor of Medicine program with a doctoral degree in Biomedical Sciences, and specialize in cancer biology and genetics over the course of seven to eight years of study. This translational program is ideal for future physicians and scientists interested in doing research in the fields of cancer biology and genetics. Learn more about the MD/PhD dual degree.
MD/PhD in Biomedical Sciences, Infectious Disease and Immunity Specialization
Earn a dual degree that integrates a Doctor of Medicine program with a doctoral degree in Biomedical Sciences and a specialization in infectious disease and immunity. Over the course of seven to eight years, you’ll complement clinical work in medicine with a thesis project and coursework for the PhD. This translational program is ideal for future physicians and scientists interested in doing research in the areas of infectious disease and immunity. Learn more about the MD/PhD dual degree.
MD/PhD in Biomedical Sciences, Molecular and Cellular Biosciences Specialization
Combine the Doctor of Medicine program with a doctoral degree in Biomedical Sciences and a specialization in molecular and cellular biosciences. Over the course of seven to eight years, you will complement clinical work in medicine with a thesis project and coursework for the PhD. This translational program is ideal for future physicians and scientists who want to delve into research in molecular and cellular biosciences. Learn more about the MD/PhD dual degree.
MD/PhD in Biomedical Sciences, Neuroscience Specialization
Train to be a physician and gain a PhD specializing in neuroscience. Over the course of seven to eight years, you will complement clinical work in medicine with a thesis project and coursework for the PhD. This dual degree is well-suited for future physicians and scientists interested in doing research that focuses on the development of effective treatments for neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders. Learn more about the MD/PhD dual degree.
MD/PhD in Biomedical Sciences, Organ Systems and Translational Medicine Specialization
Pursue a Doctor of Medicine degree combined with a doctorate in Biomedical Sciences. The MD/PhD program is ideally suited for future physicians and scientists who want to research organ systems and explore the burgeoning field of translational medicine. Over the course of seven to eight years, you’ll benefit from an interdisciplinary approach in both the lab and the classroom. This program highly encourages collaboration between clinical and basic scientists. Learn more about the MD/PhD dual degree.
MD/MA in Medicine/Urban Bioethics
Combine the classic physician preparation program with advanced training in the ethics and values of healthcare in urban environments. Learn about the special characteristics of urban medicine and serve the people who need it most. Learn more about the MD/MA dual degree.
MD/MBA in Medicine/Business Administration
Take a dual-degree program without an extra year in school. Enroll in online courses to complete the Master of Business Administration degree, and enrich your understanding of the business atmosphere of modern medicine. Learn more about the MD/MBA dual degree.
MFA/PhD in Documentary Arts and Visual Research
Integrate production and theory to pursue doctoral-level research that builds on an MFA in film or media arts. Create work that moves fluidly between creative and critical approaches to images and the stories they tell in this interdisciplinary program. Learn more about the MFA/PhD dual degree.