The Master of Public Health (MPH) program is a five-semester professional degree offering graduate students didactic and experiential training in public health practice, including areas such as epidemiology, infectious disease, outbreak response, applied research, and transformation of science into policy. The objective of the MPH program is to prepare students for careers in public health. This program is of interest to individuals holding an undergraduate degree in science or applied science seeking a career in public health, or to public health professionals (including physicians, veterinarians, nurses, and public health inspectors) wishing to upgrade their skills. The MPH program offers a practicum opportunity that is attractive for students looking for a graduate degree that includes a professional experience; creating a personal competitive advantage in the job market.
MPH Forum Day
The Public Health Forum is an annual event that gives students the opportunity to share their practicum projects using both oral and poster presentations. Check out the MPH website for more details about past and future forum events.