MSU Introduces New PhD Program with Focus in Indigenous and Rural Health

Starting Fall 2022 semester, Montana State University will begin offering a unique doctorate level program in Indigenous and Rural Health. The program is open to students and professionals with a bachelors or masters degree from any discipline.

Designed to fit the interests and needs of the attendants, this program strives for a supportive and collaborative atmosphere with room for students to customize their curriculum.

Scholars of this program are matched with advisors and are encouraged to build a support team within various departments to create the course work and requirements needed for completion of the doctoral program.

Applications and required documents are due April 15th for Fall 2022 attendance.

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Interest and inquiries can be directed to Vanessa Simonds through [email protected]

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