The M.P.H. in Health Promotion is an interdisciplinary course of study providing students with specialized training in public health promotion and education. Through coursework and community-based experiences, students learn to address factors in the broader social, economic, policy and built environments to improve the health of populations.
The M.S.W. program of study educates students for advanced leadership and practice that recognizes and dismantles systems of oppression; builds racial equity and social, political and economic justice; and advances the well-being of diverse individuals, families, groups, organizations, communities and tribal nations.
Together, this M.P.H. in Health Promotion/M.S.W. dual degree program helps prepare professionals wanting to make a difference at the intersection of public health and social work.
Students graduating from this track will be able to: