The M.P.H. in Health Promotion program is an interdisciplinary course of study providing students with specialized training in public health promotion and interventions. 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. Students build practice and research skills for population-level interventions, including program development, implementation and evaluation. Students also can focus on health across the lifespan. Graduates of the program will be able to effectively recognize and assess health disparities, communicate health information, promote health equity and mobilize resources for social change.
Students graduating from this track will be able to:
The next information session will be held in Spring Term.
This session will be to learn about the program and ask questions of the current director.