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Public Health is a multidisciplinary profession that focuses on prevention of disease and promotion of health in populations. The public health disciplines include health policy and management, health services administration, nutrition, biostatistics, epidemiology, oral health, family health, health education and communication, occupational safety and health, environmental health and international and global health.
American Association of Public Health Dentistry
|MPH (Master's in Public Health), DrPH (Doctorate in Public Health)|
|Approximately 2 years for master's degree programs.
Professional Schools' Organization
|ASPPH (Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health)
Academic Program Finder
Association of Accredited Public Health Programs (AAPHP)
Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
CEPH Degree Program Search
Masters in Public Health Programs
MPH Schools and Programs
Public Health Graduate School Programs
Public Health Program Ranking
|SOPHAS (Schools of Public Health Application Service)|
Academic Admission Requirements
|School specific and vary with specialty area, e.g., epidemiology requires science background where policy and management requires more background in management.
|GRE (Graduate Record Exam)
Personal Attributes & Experiences
|Skills and competencies in the public health disciplines include analytic and assessment, policy development and program planning, communication, cultural competency, basic public health sciences, financial planning and management, leadership and an understanding of systems. |
|Individual letters of support.|