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Master of Public Health (MPH) - Epidemiology Concentration

Master of Public Health (MPH) - Epidemiology Concentration

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The Master of Public Health program is intended for individuals interested in careers as community educators; population health planners; policy analysts, evaluators, researchers; and managers of health service delivery organizations and systems, managed-care programs, and other population-based organizations. It provides practical skills and experience, with a unique focus on relevant community issues, challenges, and priorities. The 64.0 quarter-credit program is interdisciplinary and requires students to complete a comprehensive, community-based master’s project. The program prepares students to enter an array of fields related to public health or a range of doctoral programs. Program Highlights The first year of the program covers the five core disciplines offered within the context of culture and community. These include: Environmental and occupational health; Health care systems organization, management, and policy; Social and behavioral sciences for population health; Epidemiology; and Biostatistics Throughout the program, group case discussion sessions, case-related activities and didactic sessions are integrated into the experience. These include: Skill development labs and workshops (year two) Population Health Spotlight (for all faculty, students, and community partners) provide access to scholars and their cutting-edge research and initiatives in public health