Master in Central America and Caribbean

Top Master Degrees in Health 2018 in Central America and Caribbean

A master degree is a type of graduate qualification that allows students to become experts in their chosen fields. Designed for those who have previously completed a bachelor's degree, these programs are about two years in length.

Central America is the central geographic region of the Americas. It is the southernmost, isthmian portion of the North American continent, which connects with South America on the southeast.

Top Master in Health in Central America and Caribbean 2018

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Master in Public Health (MPH)

Ponce Health Sciences University
Campus Part time 2 years February 2018 Puerto Rico Ponce

The MPH is a multidisciplinary program which by incorporating education, research and community service, works to develop the skills a public health professional requires for the protection of health as well as disease prevention in the individual and the community. [+]

The MPH is a multidisciplinary program which by incorporating education, research and community service, works to develop the skills a public health professional requires for the protection of health as well as disease prevention in the individual and the community.

The MPH is a multi-disciplinary program that provides education, research and community service to develop skills of ethical and competent public health practitioners and researchers, who will excel in disease prevention, health promotion and health protection in the local and global communities.

The two-year 55-credit program is offered during the evenings (Mondays to Thursdays) in trimester format under the following specialties: ... [-]


Masters In Biomedical Research

Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra
Campus Full time 20 months January 2018 Dominican Republic Santiago Santo Domingo + 1 more

Biomedical Research is one of the most dynamic sectors with the greatest impact in today's society. Its fundamental objective is to deepen the knowledge of the molecular, biochemical, cellular, genetic, pathophysiological and epidemiological mechanisms of human diseases, as well as to develop or improve its diagnosis and establish strategies for its prevention and treatment. [+]

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Biomedical Research is one of the most dynamic sectors with the greatest impact in today's society. Its fundamental objective is to deepen the knowledge of the molecular, biochemical, cellular, genetic, pathophysiological and epidemiological mechanisms of human diseases, as well as to develop or improve its diagnosis and establish strategies for its prevention and treatment.

In the last decades there have been great scientific advances in the different disciplines involved in this sector, which has allowed us to know the human organism, the biological foundations that explain its functioning in health, and the cellular and molecular bases of diseases.

Scientific research therefore makes it possible to obtain new knowledge and is one of the distinctive features of a quality higher education institution. In this light, the PUCMM is committed to "the search for new knowledge that responds to social problems and the demands of the common good," and to "increasing the critical mass of researchers who can undertake reach projects."... [-]