Public Health (MPH)
The accredited MPH Program offers robust training in the classroom and the field and gives students experience in policy and research opportunities. We offer seven concentrations to fit your career and public health interests. The MPH is a professional degree that is designed to prepare professionals for the “real world” of safeguarding and improving the public’s health.
The training program in Biostatistics is designed to provide students with an understanding of the mathematical underpinnings of statistical theory and the practical applications of statistical techniques. Students are encouraged to apply their classroom learning to data collected by the faculty, including those data collected for their grants or contracts.
Environmental & Industrial Hygiene (MS)
All students learn to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and design programs and systems to control exposures in the environmental or occupational setting that are causing or may be expected to result in adverse human health effects.
The Division of Epidemiology provides an interdisciplinary training environment to explore environmental, occupational, clinical, quantitative, community, molecular, and genetic epidemiology. Training in biostatistics covers basic and advanced methods of data analysis, including statistical genetics and bioinformatics.
Clinical & Translational Research Training (MS)
The Master of Science degree program in Clinical and Translational Research is designed to provide clinical professionals (physicians, nurses and other terminal degree clinical professionals) with the necessary preparation for successful career developmental and independent investigator awards.