All of our master’s and doctorate programs provide comprehensive, dynamic curriculum and research training. Students will learn about the health needs of our local and global communities and develop the skills to pursue a wide range of impactful health care careers.
The Health Informatics Master’s Degree program provides a comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for careers in research, teaching and information management in the health care computing industry, within health care organizations and academia.
The Master of Public Health, M.P.H. program is an accelerated 56-unit program that focuses on the essentials of public health. This program offers students two concentration areas – general public health and epidemiology – and includes a practicum experience or internship in a public health setting.
The Public Health Sciences, Ph.D. program prepares learners to become a highly educated public health research professional prepared for leadership in governmental public health agencies, community-based public health organizations and academic health centers.
This kind of [public health] research has the potential to have a positive impact, whether looking at the well-being of individuals of communities or the entire population. This desire to improve health is really bringing together all kinds of students from different schools.”