Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health
Loyola University Chicago's Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health brings together our call as a Jesuit institution to go to the frontiers of education, research, and practice, and help people who live at the margins.
An established leader in health care education with the Stritch School of Medicine and the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health draws on those strengths to address today’s public health challenges and train the next generation of experts in public health, health systems and informatics, dietetics, exercise science, and medical laboratory science.
Flexible degree programs and certiﬁcates are available as listed below that meet student, community, and industry needs. The Parkinson School includes programs for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as career professionals who seek additional skills or a career change. Innovative and accessible program formats for adult learners along with traditional undergraduates include online instruction and hybrid learning programs on Loyola’s Health Sciences Campus and Lakeshore campuses.Insight into the student experience.
- Clinical Research Methods and Epidemiology (MS)
- Dietetic Internship Certificate
- Dietetics (MS)
- Exercise Science (MS)
- Health Informatics (MS)
- Health Informatics Certificate
- Healthcare Administration (MHA)
- Medical Laboratory Science (MS)
- Medicine/Public Health (MD/MPH)
- Public Health (MPH)
- Public Health Certificate
- Social Work/Public Health (MSW/MPH)
Graduate & Professional Standards and Regulations
Students in graduate and professional programs can find their Academic Policies in Graduate and Professional Academic Standards and Regulations under their school. Any additional University Policies supercede school policies.