Located at Arkansas’ only comprehensive academic health sciences center, the Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences offers 24 different educational program versions at the certificate, master and doctoral levels.
MPH specializations include the core areas of public health plus a hybrid distance education specialty in rural public health. Doctoral programs include the DrPH in public health leadership and PhDs in health systems and services research, health promotion and prevention research, and epidemiology. Joint-degree programs are offered with medicine, law, pharmacy, speech communication and public service—the latter in collaboration with the University of Arkansas’ Clinton School of Public Service.
The College enjoys a close relationship with the Arkansas Department of Health (the only health department in the state), the Arkansas Minority Health Commission and many others, offering students and faculty rich educational, research and service opportunities to address complex health issues.