The interprofessional, online master of public health curriculum is designed to enhance global community health and education competence to promote health and prevent disease in human populations. You’ll take advanced courses in public health theory, education, research, and practice. You’ll graduate prepared to apply principles of global community health and education to diverse populations in the United States and around the world.
To meet the objectives of the MPH program, the student must complete the following curriculum.
|Fall, Year 1||Credits|
|Public Health 503||Biostatistics||3|
|Public Health 521||Environmental Health for a Sustainable Future||3|
|Public Health 590||Biological Basis of Disease||3|
|Spring, Year 1||Credits|
|Public Health 513||Social, Behavioral, and Cultural Factors in Health||3|
|Public Health 603||Epidemiology||3|
|Public Health 612||Global Health Systems*||3|
|Summer I Elective||3|
|Summer II Elective||3|
|Fall, Year 2||Credits|
|Public Health 660||Policy, Politics, and Advocacy||3|
|Public Health 662||Global Health Theory and Education||3|
|Public Health 670||Community-Based Participatory Research and Ethics||3|
|Spring, Year 2||Credits|
|Public Health 618||Trends in Global Health||3|
|Public Health 680||Public Health Internship||3|
|Public Health 681||Public Health Capstone||3|
*Course taken in the summer in the BSPH to MPH, 4 + 1 program.