Prepare to become a public health leader and earn your Master of Public Health (MPH) in Population and Health Sciences from University of Michigan. You’ll learn to tackle complex health challenges such as chronic and infectious diseases, health care and climate change, and address the many ways socioeconomic inequalities negatively impact health. Through hands-on projects and Applied Practice Experiences (APEx), you can customize the curriculum for your individual goals and build the skills and experience necessary to advance your career.
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This degree is designed to train the public health leaders of the future. Our applicants come from a variety of backgrounds, but many of our students have professional experience in a health-related field or industry and strong verbal and analytical skills.
Our program emphasizes application of research methods and foundational public health principles to improve population health outcomes. The Population and Health Sciences curriculum will empower a variety of professionals to apply public health principles to make a larger-scale impact - by approaching issues at the population-level - in the communities they serve. Those in the health professions, health industries, government, and non-government organizations seeking to improve their understanding of health systems, policy, social determinants, environmental impacts, and more can advance and enhance their career with the skills and knowledge gained in this program.
Eligible applicants will have the following...
The minimum requirements for admission in Master of Public Health at University of Michigan for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:
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You need to complete credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://imp.i384100.net/QyKkj3
This multidisciplinary degree will prepare you for a broad range of careers in public health, including in biostatistics, epidemiology, community health, leadership roles in the health management field, or public health policy professions. Ninety seven percent of School of Public Health of graduates are employed, continuing their education, or not seeking employment.
In this program, you’ll have the opportunity to choose your path and dive deeper into focus areas that interest you. Jobs after graduation might include, but are not limited to, Health Data Analyst, Health Administrator, Health Educator, Clinical Manager, or Policy Analyst. Learn more about how our students are applying public health knowledge to their work in fields like medicine, non-profit organizations, dentistry, and government while they earn their degree.