NPL/MPH dual degree students will typically complete their leadership practicum experience in the summer between their first and second year. NPL/MPH students are not required to participate in the summer practicum events. Please consult your NPL and MPH Academic Advisors for further guidance.
Students apply to the NPL and the MPH simultaneously fulfilling the application requirements for each degree program and indicating an interest in the NPL/MPH. Upon acceptance into the MPH and NPL the applicant will be admitted to the dual degree program. Students may use the same letters of recommendation providing the referees address the dual degree interests.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Students pay tuition to the home school each semester. For the full-time program, the Perelman School of Medicine will be the home school for the first year of the dual degree. The home school designation will switch to SP2 in the fall of the second year. For the part-time program, the Perelman School of Medicine will be the home school for the first two years of the dual degree. The home school designation will switch to SP2 in the fall of the third year.
The NPL program offers limited tuition scholarship support for meritorious students and accounts for financial need. SP2 makes funding decisions based solely on the information in the application for admission. Students are notified on funding decisions at the point of admission. Awards will be applied when SP2 is the student’s home school.
For the NPL program, questions can be addressed to Adam Roth-Saks, Administrative Director of the NPL program, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the MPH program, questions can be addressed to Moriah Hall, MPH Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.