Global Health Pathway trainees enroll in the Master of Science in Global Health program over the two years of the GHP program. Duke's MSc-GH degree prepares residents and fellows in the Global Health Pathway to engage in clinical, epidemiological, socio-behavioral, and policy-oriented research to design, implement, and manage health programs which target the reduction of health disparities.
GHP trainees who already have advanced degrees (e.g., MPH, MHSc, or PhD) in relevant fields will work with the Program Director to identify relevant coursework to further enhance global public health training. The MSc-GH degree is offered by the Duke University Graduate School in partnership with the Duke Global Health Institute. For more information about the MSc-GH program, visit the program's website.