University of San Francisco


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The MPH Program at University of San Francisco is grounded in education of the whole person and prepares future public health leaders to be change agents and advocates for social justice and health equity. Situated in San Francisco with regional campuses in Sacramento and Orange County, the program offers training in four concentration areas: Community and Public Health Practice; Behavioral Health; Health Policy Leadership; and Applied Epidemiology & Population Health Methods. Through rigorous coursework, fieldwork, and research opportunities, students develop a strong practice-based skill set to improve population health at local, state, national, and global levels. Our 14:1 student faculty ratio allows for small class sizes and for students to work closely with their instructors and peers. Faculty include experts in health policy, epidemiology, behavioral health, global health, demography, program planning and evaluation, community organizing and advocacy, and nursing. Hybrid and online program formats are ideal for working professionals. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, with enrollment beginning in the Fall.