The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the UCLA School of Law offer a four year concurrent degree program. The program includes three years at UCLA Law and one year at UCLA Fielding. Applicants interested in this concurrent program must apply separately to UCLA Law and the Office of Student Services at UCLA Fielding.
An MPH in Biostatistics is a natural direction for individuals with quantitative skills that offers exceptional opportunities to contribute to transforming public health. Graduates apply valuable statistical and computing skills to real-world problems ranging from disease outbreaks, environmental and industrial hazards, to development of social, psychological and medical interventions. This professional degree program includes coursework on biostatistical methods, statistical programming, data management all applied to public health, and courses spanning the multiple disciplines of public health. Students complete fieldwork in a practice setting.