Program faculty are recognized as national and international experts in the areas of health policy, epidemiology, public health program planning and evaluation, maternal and child health, and social and behavioral sciences.
The MPH program adheres to the curriculum guide established by The Association of The Faculties of Graduate Programs in Public Health Nutrition for the preparation of public health nutritionists. The degree requires coursework in nutritional sciences, epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental health and health services and a research-based master’s thesis.
Field experiences under the joint supervision of an experienced practicing public health nutritionist and a faculty adviser are an integral part of the program. Successful completion of the MPH requires a practicum and fieldwork and the faculty adviser makes every attempt to work with students to secure placements that complement the student’s areas of interest.
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