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Public Health Leadership Program (PHLP) offers the Master of Public Health degree in three concentration areas. Applicants are expected to have three to five years of health-related experience. For more information about the Master's programs--distance or residential--refer to our program guidelines.
PHLP also offers an array of Certificates.
Master of Public Health (MPH)
The MPH is offered in three concentration areas:
The MPH in all concentration areas is available in both distance and residential formats, with the exception of Health Care and Prevention, which is offered only on campus. In accordance with guidelines from the Council on Education for Public Health, the Program requires a minimum of 42 credits for completion.
Leadership (includes focus areas Field Epidemiology, Global Public Health, Public Health Nursing, and Public Health Practice)
Health Care and Prevention
Occupational Health Nursing
Leadership MPH Program
finance their education, get involved in volunteer service activities and participate in various student organizations.
|Last updated October 11, 2013|