What to Expect
Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health, this program gives you the hands-on experience you need to pursue a career in direct service, public policy, community-based clinical care or healthy choice campaigns.
Designed as a 42-credit hour, flexible course of study (with part-time study options), the program can be completed in two years or a minimum of three semesters plus summer.
Here, you'll learn from world-renowned faculty, who demonstrate a commitment to diverse and multidisciplinary collaboration. And you'll gain a broad view of health and wellness, drawing from experts in genetic epidemiology, health policy, prevention research and systems-based environmental health, among others. We also offer a range of courses in quantitative sciences to support analysis and demonstrate outcomes.
In the program, you'll choose from five concentrations:
- Population Health Research
- Global Health
- Health Policy and Management
- Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
- Health Informatics