The goal of the Master of Public Health (generalist) is to equip the next generation of public health leaders with the data analysis capabilities, public health knowledge and leadership skills to tackle the global health challenges of our time.
The Master of Public Health (generalist) program has a 12 course credit requirement.
|Using Biostatistics to Make Public Health Decisions|
|Using Epidemiology to Make Public Health Decisions|
|Using Survey and Qualitative Methods to Make Public Health Decisions|
|Social Determinants of Health/Equity in Public Health|
|Interventions at the Local, National and Global Scale|
|Evaluation of Public Health Programs|
|Health Care Systems & Policy|
|Comparative Health Care Systems|
|Public Health Leadership and Practice|
|Local-Global Public Health Leadership|
|Public Health Communications|
|Integrative Learning Experience (ILE)|