California State University, Northridge
Founded in 1958, California State University, Northridge is a vibrant and global community located on 356 acres in the heart of Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. One of the nation’s largest single-campus universities, CSUN encourages students to combine academic pursuits with hands-on experience. It also serves as the intellectual, economic and cultural heart of the Valley and beyond.
California State University, Northridge offers an MPH in Community Health Education. Located in the Department of Health Sciences, the MPH Program combines the study of the biological, physical, psychological, economic and social forces affecting the human condition, with the professional education necessary to change it. The blend of these components in an atmosphere emphasizing both theoretical and experimental knowledge serves as a dynamic crucible for student, faculty and community collaboration. The program is designed to enable health educators to meet the increasing responsibilities of leadership, supervision, administration and consultation in professional health education practice.