Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)
is a professional graduate degree program for individuals seeking training and experience in applied public health. This 42-credit program is well embedded in local public health community having strong working relations with community organizations and governmental agencies. The Program is designed to meet a growing demand for skilled general Public Health professionals and leads to diverse and rewarding career opportunities. Candidates interested in enrolling in the program must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and must fulfill the academic criteria for admission.
Public Health & Sciences Information Session
Location: Admissions Office
and our accelerated 3+2, dual-degree B.S. to M.P.H. Program.
Public Health Education is the development and implementation of individual, group, institutional, community and systemic health promotion strategies to improve health-related knowledge, attitudes, skills and behavior at the population level.
Public Health Advocacy involves educating policymakers about critical Public Health issues, analyzing the impact of legislative and regulatory actions on Public Health, and defending the interests of communities.
Public Health Communication involves the development of communication strategies to inform and influence individual and community decisions that enhance health at the population level.