The Master of Public Health Program in the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California offers a unique learning experience to study public health with distinguished faculty.
The program offers a diverse curriculum, combined with customized practicum opportunities. Opportunities for students to participate in research, community service and student-led activities create a rich educational environment for training in public health. Students are linked to a vast network of individuals throughout the community, where they gain real-world experience and make a lasting impact on public health.
The MPH curriculum allows students to define their specialty and tailor their course of study by pursuing one of six tracks: health education and promotion, biostatistics-epidemiology, health communication, child and family health, global health leadership and public health policy.