The University of Missouri School of Medicine educates more than 200 students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees in investigative areas from molecular microbiology and immunology to health informatics.
Students in these programs benefit from the wide variety of creative and collaborative research the medical school researchers conduct in partnership with other MU schools and colleges, as well as many interdisciplinary institutes and centers. Students in these programs typically pursue a two- to five-year course of study that is interwoven with the scholarly activities of faculty researchers in their degree programs.
Master's and Doctoral Degree Programs
Pursue a combined or standalone MS, MI or PhD at the University of Missouri School of Medicine. Students also may pursue a dual MD-PhD.
Following your application to the University of Missouri Office of Graduate Studies, your application will be reviewed by your program of choice.
Choose from master's and doctoral programs through the School of Medicine or from other schools and colleges on campus, including:
- Academic Medicine
- Health Informatics
- Medical Pharmacology and Physiology
- Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
- Nutrition and Exercise Physiology
- Pathology and Anatomical Sciences
- Translational Biosciences Graduate Program
Take your professional career and/or graduate education to the next level with a graduate certificate. Both degree-seeking and non-degree seeking students are eligible to apply.
- Graduate Certificate in Health Ethics
- Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics
- Graduate Certificate in Health Care Project Management
- Graduate Certificate in Participatory Health Research