Master of Science in Medical Science
The Masters of Science in Medical Science is a program designed for trainees interested in pursuing a career in academic medicine, to provide opportunity for promising clinically trained individuals to develop into independent biomedical academicians, and to facilitate the transition from postdoctoral training to a career as an independent investigator and educator.
The MS program at Ohio State offers a respected route to physicians in preparation for full-time academic careers. Physicians are able to pursue their individual academic needs and interests within their respective specializations. Physicians are able to improve their teaching, research, and administrative skills as well.
MD or DO degree
Concurrent enrollment in an OSU or Children’s Hospital training program.
GPA of 3.0 in all undergraduate and previous graduate work
MPH in Clinical Investigation
A two year Master of Public Health with a specialization in Clinical Investigation and Outcome Research is offered to residents, fellows, and junior faculty members who are interested in receiving formal training in conducting clinical investigations and health outcomes evaluations. This 60 credit hour program is part of the College of Public Health. Approval of the Program Director and the GME office is required prior to beginning the program.
College of Public Health Office of Academic Programs
M-106 Starling Loving Hall