The College of Education and Human Services is pleased to announce a new Master of Public Health program, with a concentration in Community Health Education.
The Master of Public Health program prepares
culturally and professionally competent leaders in community health
education by providing an interdisciplinary academic and experiential
program with a focus on social justice. Through this program, students
will master public health knowledge and skills while developing
professional values and dispositions. Graduates of the program will be
prepared for careers as public health leaders in local and state health
departments, public and private health agencies, voluntary
organizations focused on specific health issues (e.g. cancer or heart
health), schools, health care settings, community based organizations,
policy and advocacy organizations, and other settings in which health
monitoring and health education initiatives are implemented.
We are taking applications now for enrollment in courses in Fall 2009, so consider starting your application today!
For more information on this exciting new program, please visit the program web site.
If you have further questions, please contact Ann Schurmann, MPH, Department Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 655-7681.