The Larner College of Medicine
Edupreneurship Office (COMEO) supports the mission of The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont by creating and managing flexible, relevant learning opportunities with key strategic partners and investing in educational initiatives to strengthen communities and improve health. COMEO courses and programs serve our audience of non-medical student learners.
Education is the process of preparation. The purpose of education is to support social progress. Entrepreneurship is the process of creating a new resource that generates value to others. Edupreneurship is the process of creating new ways to prepare people to contribute productively to society. If you'd like to propose a new course or program, visit the webpage for Curricular Review and Approval Processes.
Master of Public Health (MPH)
Certificate of Graduate Study in Public Health
Certificate of Graduate Study in Global and Environmental Public Health
Certificate of Graduate Study in Epidemiology
Certificate of Graduate Study in Healthcare Management & Policy
Summer Academy - Health & Medicine Academy
Summer Medical School Prep Program
Master of Science in Medical Science
Medical Cannabis Programs
End of Life Doula Professional Certificate
Read the 3 Things You May Not Know About End-of-Life Doulas and about how they're filling a critical gap in end-of-life care.
Learn about our educational partnership with UVM's Health Network.
Associate Dean for Public Health, Jan K. Carney, M.D., M.P.H., presented at the Fall 2017 Community Medical School on "Politics, Money & Science: Current Debates in Public Health & Health Policy".
Dr. Jan Carney and Dr. Cynthia Belleiveau, Directors
Jessica Akey, Non-doctoral Program Coordinator
Tom Griffin, Program Planner
Maggie Lambert, Senior Program Developer
Matt Sayre, Senior Program Developer
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