MDiv/MPH and MTS/MPH Dual Degree Program : RELIGION AND PUBLIC HEALTH COLLABORATIVE
Students can earn either a joint MDiv/MPH or a joint MTS/MPH through the RPHC’s dual-degree programs with the Rollins School of Public Health and the Candler School of Theology. These programs are unique in that they bring together the health sciences, the social sciences, and religion to teach students about the personal, communal, institutional, and social dimensions of health. This program allows the MDiv and MPH degrees to be earned in four years instead of the usual five to earn the degrees separate...
2010 End of Life Conference : RELIGION AND PUBLIC HEALTH COLLABORATIVE
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