We are proud to offer six unique concentration options to our students. To find out which program is right for you, or to learn about the program and application process, please contact Amanda Kastner.
Students can choose from:
Uses mathematical and scientific methods to determine the cause of disease and injuries, and to identify health trends within populations.
Improves public health by preventing, identifying, tracking and mitigating environmental risk factors.
Studies and controls disease or injury patterns in human populations, and factors that influence those patterns.
Combines policy, business, and science in managing the human and fiscal resources needed to deliver effective public health services.
Leads communities in the development, implementation and evaluation of public health initiatives.
Researches complex health issues to promote health services, self-care practices and health system engagement.