Founded in 1928, The College of Graduate Health Sciences (CGHS) is one of the six colleges in our dynamic Health Science Center. Focused on the biomedical sciences, the College of Graduate Health Sciences offers graduate-level instruction leading to the Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Science, and Master of Dental Science degrees in the programs of Biomedical Engineering, Dental Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Outcomes and Policy Research, Biomedical Sciences, Nursing Science, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacology, and Speech and Hearing Science.
The principal aim of graduate school is to provide specialized education beyond the baccalaureate level through advanced study and research training. We prepare our graduate students for careers in academia, industry, and government. Combined D.D.S./Ph.D., D.N.P./Ph.D., M.D./Ph.D., and Pharm.D./Ph.D. curricula in the colleges of Dentistry, Nursing, Medicine, and Pharmacy are available for exceptionally qualified graduate students.
We are confident that you will find a graduate school program in the College of Graduate Health Sciences that will satisfy your career goals in the biomedical sciences!