The School of Public Health Division of Epidemiology & Community Health offers the following degrees and programs:

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Community Health Promotion

Students learn how to design, implement and evaluate efforts to promote healthy behaviors in a variety of settings.


Students learn how patterns of disease in the population show the underlying disease process.

Maternal & Child Health

Offered both on campus and online, this program focuses on preserving the health of families.

Public Health Nutrition

Students learn how to develop programs and services that improve and maintain the nutritional health of populations.

Master of Science (MS)

Clinical Research

This program focuses on patient-oriented, outcomes and health services research, as well as epidemiologic and behavioral studies.

Doctoral Degrees


PhD concentrations are offered in both behavioral epidemiology and in biology-focused epidemiology.