Why choose a masters in public health?

A Masters in Public Health (MPH) is a multi-disciplinary program aimed at making a real difference to the health of individuals, both at the community level and at the global level. With ecological, social, economic and political factors influencing public health, it is vital for health professionals to develop on their skills to allow for increased efficiency.

A MPH provides students increased understanding of the core disciplines of public health and the potential for advanced knowledge in a specialization. It focuses on the science of creating good health within the community through education and research.

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Yvette E.

Yvette is passionate about fostering accurate communication of medicine- and science-related topics to lay audiences.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Cornell University; Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, Virginia Tech; Certificate in Composition and Publication, and is a member of the American Medical Writers Association.