Master of Science – Public Health
Make a positive change and impact on your community.
- Program PDF
- Public Health care workers investigate and describe the determinants and distribution of disease, disability, or health outcomes and work towards a means for prevention and control. They work within many different divisions of the health care field, they can work within the public sector (municipalities: usually at health departments for state and local governments), hospitals for data statistics, governmental (federal government by agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the insurance industries for health data statistics. Some do fieldwork to conduct interviews and collect samples for analyses.
- Program Features:
- Live online virtual lectures you can attend with classmates.
- Support of a live faculty member.
- All lectures are recorded for you to review later.
- Traditional classroom feel with the safety and flexibility of online.
Public Health covers a broad range of professional arenas. Including but not limited to the following:
|Occupational Health and Safety Specialists|
Additional career resource information – Top 20 Occupations for Public Health
- Occupational Health and Safety Specialists
- Medical and Health Services Managers
- Community Health Workers
- Medical Records and Health Information Technicians
- Fitness and Wellness Coordinators
- Health systems
- Doctor’s offices/clinics
- Colleges and universities
What Classes Will I Take?
- Clinical Effectiveness Health Policy
- Biostatistics for Epidemiology
- Environmental and Occupation Health
- Health and Social Behavior
What Are Typical Class Hours?
- Online Asynchronous and Live Online Lectures.
Clinical Effectiveness Health Policy
Biostatistics for Epidemiology
Environmental and Occupation Health
Health and Social Behavior
- CREDITS – 550 CONTACT HOURS – 63 WEEKS
Public Health care workers investigate and describe the determinants and distribution of disease, disability, or health outcomes and work towards a means for prevention and control. They work within many different divisions of the health care field, they can work within the public sector (municipalities: usually at health departments for state and local governments), hospitals for data statistics, governmental (federal government by agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the insurance industries for health data statistics. Some do fieldwork to conduct interviews and collect samples for analyses.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of the Public Health program, graduates will:
- Discuss current trends that effect the society through programs, interventions and outcomes that relate to public health
- Apply public health concepts, principles and methodologies obtained through formal course work to actual problems experienced in the community or work
- Apply ethical standards and professional values as they relate to the practice of Public
- Demonstrate fundamental knowledge in the public health sector within sub-divisions of biostatistics, epidemiology, health systems and public
- Describe promoting community awareness in population health and population health crisis
- Identify and describe the interrelationships between a multitude of factors that can impact on a public health problem
- Discuss scientific, medical, environmental, cultural, social, behavioral, economic, political and ethical factors related to Public Health
- Understand the intellectual and practical skills for understanding health information and data
- Learn methods of discovering and investigating related evidence
- Learn methods of calculation of evidence through data system tracking
- Understand ethics and social justice as related to an individual rights and preferences within the greater public good
- Understand communication of health information to a wide range of audiences using all types of media and data
- Understand community preparedness with consideration regarding health emergencies and public disasters
|Program Concentration – 36 Credits – 540 Contact hours||Credit Hours||Lecture Hours||Lab Hours||Practicum|
|MPH 500 Introduction to Public Health Organizations, Management and Policy||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 502 Clinical Effectiveness||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 504 Health Policy||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 505 Health Systems Delivery||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 512 Clinical Effectiveness||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 540 Health Management||3.0||45||0||0|
|HCA 660 Healthcare Administration Capstone||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 604 Health and Social Behavior||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 610 Epidemiology||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 620 Environmental and Occupation Health||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 625 Biostatistics for Epidemiology||3.0||45||0||0|
|MPH 630 Statistical Methods Capstone||3.0||45||0||0|
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- Program length: 60 weeks.
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Public health administrators and service personnel play a major role in the management, leadership and decision-making processes that take place in the public and nonprofit sectors. Administrators use leadership, critical thinking and project management skills together to impact the communities and organizations they serve. With a Master of Science in Public Health, you can be on your way to a rewarding career in a diverse number of fields.
Graduates of this program must have the knowledge and skills needed for planning, implementing and evaluating programs in the public and nonprofit sectors. As students learn to think critically and analytically about public health policy, they will better understand the dynamics in their own communities and learn how to be more effective citizens and public officials.
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