University of Wisconsin - Madison

School of Medicine and Public Health

Population Health Sciences


WARF 740

610 Walnut St

Madison, IL 53726

United States



Program Information

Degrees Offered:

Population Health Sciences

Format: Campus

Program Description:

The Department of Population Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a collaborative department within the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health that pursues the goal of understanding, preserving and improving the health of human populations and individuals. Our research-oriented programs are designed to provide rigorous, interdisciplinary training to prepare MS and PhD students to conduct, communicate and share research aimed at the protection, promotion and restoration of health in human populations. Our interdisciplinary approach prepares students to be leaders in their professions by instilling strong methodological research skills together with understanding of basic biological, epidemiological, social and behavioral, and health services constructs with a population-based focus.


In 2005, the University of Wisconsin created the School of Medicine and Public Health signaled a plan to develop a revolutionary new model that unites public health and medicine.

International Student Requirements:

Please see our website for eligibility requirements and the application process.

Facts & Figures

# of Credits Required: 33 - MS; 48 - PhD

Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive

Locale: Midsize City

Size & Settings: 40,000+

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