The Master of Public Health is a professional, interdisciplinary program that focuses on developing students who excel in using their knowledge of the core competencies to address the most pressing public health issues in today's culturally diverse communities. Students enrolling in the program choose one of three emphases: Environmental Health, Epidemiology, or Sociocultural Diversity and Health. It is expected that students will need 5 academic quarters to fulfill program requirements.
The Program in Public Health is pleased to offer two doctoral programs:
The School of Medicine and the Program in Public Health offer a joint program in Environmental Health Sciences, culminating with the award of the master of science or doctor of philosophy degrees in one of two tracks, (1) Environmental Toxicology and Exposure Science and (2) Risk Assessment. For more information, please visit:
Student Affairs Mission Statement
The mission of the Public Health Student Affairs Office is to facilitate the academic development of Public Health students, and to assist them in achieving their academic, personal, and professional goals by providing high quality academic advising and guidance. It is our objective to achieve this in a courteous, accurate, and efficient manner. We expect our students to take full responsibility for their decisions and actions.
This seminar will provide an opportunity to better understand the legislative and administrative policy processes in California. Using two case... MORE