An MPH degree is widely regarded as the entry-level degree for public health practice,
including leadership positions in the health care sector. Our program attracts students
from diverse clinical and non-clinical backgrounds, including medicine, nursing, allied
health, finance, engineering, and information systems. An MPH degree presents tremendous
value to clinicians as well as non-clinical professionals with undergraduate preparation
in any field.
- Clinicians are prepared to be leaders in evidence-based quality improvement, patient-centered
care, and community health. They are equipped with research skills to critically evaluate
clinical literature and promote evidence in diverse areas such as health services
- Non-clinical professionals are prepared with knowledge and skills from multiple disciplines to create and manage
information systems, improve health care delivery and thereby promote community health.