Whether pursuing public health work in a governmental, non-governmental, profit or non- profit capacity, graduates of the MPH Public Health Leadership concentration acquire skills to be effective change agents in the field. They gain interdisciplinary skills to address population health, program planning, evaluation and management. This concentration is offered in the residential cohort or online. Cohort students attend full time, graduating in two years. Online students may complete the program at either a part-time or full-time rate in our accelerated eight- week format, graduating in two to three years.
Students interested in applied mathematics driving public health assessment, evaluation and research will enjoy the MPH Biostatistics & Data Science residential cohort format. They will learn how to play a pivotal role on project teams leading data management, statistical analysis, results interpretation and communication of findings. Applicants need a strong undergraduate mathematics background.
With the MPH Epidemiology residential cohort format, students follow data, applying the most advanced research methods to uncover the causes of today’s public health threats. Data scientists are in high demand to identify and describe health risks and recommend solutions.
Students focus on promoting women’s health and cultivating children’s healthy development through the residential cohort MPH Maternal & Child Health concentration. Students meet faculty that challenge them academically and support their professional growth.