About the MHS in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology Program
The MHS program is designed to meet the needs of students who require graduate-level preparation for careers in medicine, research, and public health. The program includes a core curriculum that focuses on the biology, immunology, and transmission dynamics of major infectious diseases of public health importance. MHS students have ample opportunities to customize their curriculum according to their area of interest by taking advantage of course offerings throughout the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the School of Medicine, and the Carey Business School. Students have extensive opportunities to interact one-on-one with faculty and staff for advising, thesis preparation, and career development.
For those students who declare an interest in careers in medicine and/or public health, advising and workshops are available.
Students in the MHS program have the option to transfer to the ScM program if they decide to pursue a master’s degree that includes original laboratory or field research.
What Can You Do With a Graduate Degree In Molecular Microbiology And Immunology?
Sample Careers and Next Steps
- Medical and Professional Programs
- Doctoral Programs
- Research Coordinator
- Research Assistant in Industry/Biotech, Academia, or Government
- Science Policy
- Science Communications
Curriculum for the MHS in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
For general admissions requirements, please visit the How to Apply page.
Standardized Test Scores
Standardized test scores (GRE, MCAT) are optional for this program. The admissions committee will make no assumptions if a standardized test score is omitted from an application, but will require evidence of quantitative/analytical ability through other application components such as academic transcripts and/or supplemental questions. Applications will be reviewed holistically based on all application components.