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
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI MILLER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
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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• 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: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org