Students must complete 12 Scholarly Concentration coursework units. Students undertaking both a Foundation Area and an Application Area complete six units in each.
PR students will complete two required foundational courses:
- CHPR 228
Theoretical Foundations and Design of Behavioral Intervention Trials (3 units)
- CHPR 240
Prevention Research and Public Health: The Science of Healthy Living (3 units)
PR students may get approval from the Director to waive required foundational courses and take other pre-approved courses relevant to prevention research.
For full descriptions of School of Medicine courses, please visit the online catalog: http://medcatalog.stanford.edu.
Medical students interested in earning a Master of Science degree in Community Health & Prevention Research should contact Jennifer Robinson, PhD, Administrative Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.