Generalist Concentration

Generalist Concentration

The mission of the generalist concentration is to allow advanced degree students to achieve specialized public health competencies optimally aligned with their professional aspirations, by providing them the opportunity to design and complete an individualized curriculum that best meets their educational needs. Advanced degree students are those who have already completed or are concurrently completing the graduate degree required for advanced practice in their current health profession. Students in this track have varying flexibility to complete combinations of relevant concentration courses and electives. The mission is considered met when the student successfully undertakes a practicum project that satisfies their tailored concentration requirements, as determined with guidance from program faculty.

Concentration Head:

Yuri T. Jadotte, MD, PhD, MPH
Associate Program Director of Preventive Medicine Residency
Assistant Professor, Department of Family, Population & Preventive Medicine 

Required Courses (12 credits)

Individualized Plans for MSW/MPH, MD/MPH, DDS/MPH, and Preventive Medicine Residents.
Students in this concentration are allowed to choose four course electives (12 credits). Three of the four shall be PPH offered and/or pre-approved courses, and have competencies mapped that are approved by the PPH Curriculum Committee. The fourth course will be an elective that will be selected by the student with approval by the concentration head.