Master of Public Health (MPH)
You want to do more than just have a job. You want to make an impact. You want a career that helps bring positive change to the community around you and the world at large.
Welcome to public health, where you can answer the call to discover solutions to society’s challenges and make the community around you better than it was yesterday.
MPH Public Health Leadership: Whether pursuing public health work in a governmental, non-governmental, profit or non-profit capacity, our graduates will be equipped with a skill-set that will enable them to emerge as prominent leaders in the field. The MPH in Public Health Leadership will equip graduates with a set of interdisciplinary skills to tackle issues at the heart of population health, community health, health equity, and a host of other public health issues.
MPH Biostatistics: Dive deep into Biostatistics and see how your passion for math and statistics can lead to powerful insights and analysis. Play a pivotal role in healthcare or public health teams through data management, statistical analysis and analytical results. Applicants are expected to have a background in college algebra and calculus.
MPH Epidemiology: Be the detective and follow the data to discover the cause of today’s latest outbreaks. With opportunities in hospitals, government and non-government organizations, these data scientists are in high demand to manage and offer insights into today’s data rich world.
MPH Maternal & Child Health: Create and implement programs to bring healthy choices to the foundation of our communities, mothers and their children. Dedicate your efforts to this high needs population in the local Fort Worth area or around the world. In our intentionally small program you will find attentive faculty who challenge you, as well as classmates who will support your professional growth every day.
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This page was last modified on February 12, 2021