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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI & ROSENSTIEL SCHOOL OF MARINE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Master of Science in Climate and Health (MSCH) – Mission • train future generations of professionals to address the 21st century challenges of the


health effects of climate, climate, extreme weather and changing weather patterns (C2W2), • provide critical interdisciplinary training needed to understand and investigate the intricate relationship between health and climate, and • identify present and future disease and disability burden of C2W2 and its management.


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Program Highlights

Core Requirements

• Two-year Master’s Degree • Four tracks – Toxicology (pre-med) – Public Health Sciences – Marine and Atmospheric Sciences – Climate and Health - Analytical • Research opportunities - Thesis – Opportunities to pursue research with interdisciplinary faculty members from five colleges

• Bachelor’s Degree (GPA ≥ 3.0) • Required Prerequisite Courses – One year of college calculus and physics courses – One biology course • GRE or MCAT: ≥ 60th percentile • TOEFL: ≥ 80 percentile (if applicable) • Three Letters of Recommendation • 12 Fellowships Available • Contact: or

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Master of Science in Climate and Health Program Sheet  

Master of Science in Climate and Health Program Sheet