Miller School of Medicine
The core of the Miller School is its four-year M.D. program, which graduates about 200 students each year. Several years ago, the school began offering a four-year Master of Public Health degree to those medical students who wanted to explore larger health issues, and today, about 25 percent of each graduating class receives the combined M.D./M.P.H. degree. There are numerous other combinations, offered alone or with the M.D. degree, including an M.B.A. in Health Care Administration, a Ph.D., for students wishing to have a research focus in their careers. Additional combinations include an M.D./J.D. and an M.D./M.S. in Genomic Medicine.
Translational research is also a primary focus. Engaging in more than 2,000 ongoing projects, Miller School faculty receive approximately $270 million annually from public and private agencies to conduct a wide range of nationally and internationally recognized research, build state-of-the-art facilities, and support our graduate students and postdoctoral trainees.