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Begin Earning Your INMED Master’s Degree this Fall


The Master’s Degree in International Health (MIH) is unique in the field of graduate education. With emphasis on the unique needs of low-resource and cross-cultural communities, MIH graduates are prepared to lead comprehensive health promotion and disease intervention efforts. Three specialty tracks are available: International Medicine, International Nursing, and International Public Health. This 32-credit hour program is designed for healthcare professionals and healthcare profession students, most of whom take one course at a time and complete the degree over 1.5 years.


This degree is distinctly focused on improving the health of marginalized people by equipping healthcare personnel with expertise in epidemiology, diseases of poverty, maternal newborn health, international public health, cross-cultural skills, disaster management, health leadership, healthcare education, and research into quality improvement. INMED MIH graduates today serving inner city people in New York City, Ghanaians in West Africa, migrants in the Middle East, and with United Nations peacekeeping forces throughout the world.


INMED has assembled excellent Faculty, created remarkable Courses, established exemplary International Service-Learning experiences, all with the mission of giving you, today and tomorrow’s health leaders vision and expertise to improve the lives of those who are poor, undereducated, minorities, disabled, elderly, veterans, refugees, migrants, chronically ill, and victims of war or disaster. Visit the MIH FAQs and begin earning your Master’s Degree in International Health this fall.


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