The School of Allied Health Professions and the School of Nursing offer the opportunity for simultaneous enrollment in the M.P.H. and M.S. in nursing degree programs to qualified graduate students. Students must be admitted to both the public health program in the School of Allied Health Professions and the M.S. program in the School of Nursing; admission to both programs must be within 18 months of each other. The requirements under the simultaneous enrollment plan and the allowance of 15 semester hours of dually used course work do not apply to students enrolled in only one of the programs. Students must have consent of both schools to enroll in the programs simultaneously. Students should contact a graduate program adviser in the public health program for further information.
Under the simultaneous enrollment plan, students are required to take at least 64 semester hours as follows.