The University of California, Irvine’s Program in Public Health is distinguished by its rare focus on weaving webs of innovation and translational science throughout the four R-words that describe our fundamental mission.
Research to discover the causes and consequences of disease and disability.
Reflect on public health knowledge through teaching and training programs that cut across academic and professional education. We have one of the largest baccalaureate public health degree programs nationwide, with specializations in sciences or policy studies; a unique emphasis in Sociocultural Diversity and Health within the M.P.H.; and concentrations in Disease Prevention or Global Health within our distinctive Ph.D. in Public Health that trains research expertise with methods drawn from all relevant sub-disciplines.
Reveal work globally through high quality publications, public seminars, and world-wide-web online activities.
Reform by translating knowledge into actions that measurably improves health at the population level worldwide.