The PPH offers the MPH degree in three concentrations: community health, public health analytics and health policy and management. Applicants also have the opportunity to apply to the following joint degree programs: MD/MPH, MBA/MPH, MAPP/MPH and DDS/MPH.
Part of an internationally-recognized institution, PPH students receive an excellent public health education, with opportunities for practicum and internship placements at local county health departments, as well as urban, suburban and rural public health agencies. Students have the opportunity to conduct research with talented faculty, resulting in presentations at national meetings and publications in first tier journals. Students also benefit from the diverse expertise of PPH faculty, who specialize in such areas as health disparities, community-based participatory research, health communications, epidemiology, biostatistics, demography, environmental health, global health, health policy and health economics.