The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program provides a comprehensive foundation of the core competencies of public health, enabling students to apply the principles in both research and practical contexts. The acquired skills equip students for positions in public, private, and international settings.
The MPH program offers a General concentration and a Community Health Education concentration.
Upon completion of the program, students should be able to do the following:
- Analyze the etiology of major health problems in populations that affect the development and implementation public health programs.
- Analyze factors that influence lifestyle choices and impact public health.
- Interpret the statistical significance of epidemiological reports in public health studies.
- Evaluate the impact of external affairs on health policy.
Designed for students to meet their specific educational goals and enhance their career opportunities.
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|Graduates will successfully complete 36 semester hours outlined below
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