The MPH in Global Public Health is designed to provide students with skill-based training to assess and address current and emerging global health challenges. Students will develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to evaluate determinants of global public health based on the five core areas of public health (systems and policies, epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental and occupational health, and health education and behavioral science) and apply the fundamental principles of global public health to education, research and practice programs.
Each Concentration identifies competencies for each degree offered. These competencies reflect the full range of knowledge, skills, and other attributes that a student will acquire as a result of completing the requirements for a particular degree.
Upon graduation, a student completing the MPH curriculum in Global Public Health will be able to:
Students seeking the MPH in Global Public Health degree must complete 45 credits of academic work with a minimum GPA of least 3.0; earn no more than nine (9) credits bearing grades less than “B,” and complete the degree requirements within six years. Courses are three credit hours unless otherwise noted. Courses are three credit hours unless otherwise noted and semester when each course is typically offered is noted parentheses. Students should review the Forward Schedule for long-term course planning and the Course Schedule for each semester to determine when, where, and how a course is offered.