The program with the School of Medicine’s Public Health and Professional Degree Programs offers a combined Master of Science in Nutrition and Master of Public Health degree. This combined degree is offered in two and a half years time providing students the opportunity to pursue complementary programs and concentrations within public health and nutrition.
Please consult the Tufts School of Medicine’s MS-Nutrition/MPH program for more information about the program.
This is a combined degree program offered in conjunction with the Public Health and Professional Degree Programs (PHPD) at the School of Medicine. Degree candidates choose one concentration within each program. Admissions and financial aid decisions are made separately by each program.
How to Apply
Applicants interested in the combined degree must complete an admissions application with the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, indicating on the Application Information section that they are applying to the combined degree with the Master of Public Health. Each program will review the application and render separate admissions decisions. For more information on the MPH program, please consult the School of Medicine's MS-Nutrition/MPH Program page.