2017 – 2018 Program Profile

Master of Public Health

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 Epidemiology (EPID) Program Profile
 Maternal & Child Health (MCH) Program Profile
 Public Health Practice (PHP) Program Profile
 Online (42 credit hours) Program Profile
 Online (48 credit hours) Program Profile


Master of Health Administration

Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program Profile

 

Master of Science in Public Health Sciences

MS – Biostatistics (BIOS) Program Profile
MS – Epidemiology (EPID) Program Profile
MS – Health Behavior Research (HBR) Program Profile

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health Sciences

PhD – Epidemiology (EPID) Program Profile
PhD – Health Behavior Research (HBR) Program Profile

Dual Degrees

MPH/MS-Applied Anthropology Program Profile
MPH/MS- Applied Geography Program Profile
MPH/DO Online Professional Option Program Profile

 

Graduate Certificate Programs

Graduate Certificate in Public Health Program Profile
Graduate Certificate in GIS Program Profile
Graduate Certificate in Food Security and Public Health Program Profile
Graduate Certificate in Global Health Program Profile
Graduate Certificate in Global Health for Medical Professionals Program Profile


Archived Degree Plan Forms 2016-2017

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2015-2016

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2014-2015

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2013-2014

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2012-2013

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2011-2012

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2010-2011

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2009-2010

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2008-2009

Archived Degree Plan Forms 2007-2008

MPH COMPETENCIES
(Adopted from From Association of Schools of Public Health Education Committee, Master Degree in Public Health Core Competency Project, Version 2.3, May 2007)All students in the MPH Program are expected to master a set of public health competencies that are used to evaluate public health knowledge, skills and practice. The competencies that have been selected by the UNTHSC SPH are consistent with the recommendations of the Association of Schools of Public Health (www.asph.org), and address the five core areas of biostatistics, epidemiology, environmental health science, health policy and management, and social and behavioral sciences, as well as those specific to their chosen concentration area. MPH students will master the competencies through various activities including coursework, seminars and practice experience. Upon graduation they will be able to demonstrate broad knowledge in the core areas of public health and apply public health perspectives, knowledge, skills and practice in their areas of specialization.

This page was last modified on September 27, 2017