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Autumn 2014-2015
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May 15, 2014

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​The mission of the Master of Public Health Program is the preservation, enrichment, transmission, and application of interdisciplinary knowledge in public health that emphasizes social justice, service to vulnerable populations and excellence in public health practice.

The Master of Public Health Program is an interdisciplinary program in which students take classes based in a number of departments and programs throughout the University. These include: anthropology, applied statistics, biology, communication, environmental sciences, law, nursing, psychology, public services, social work and sociology. The interdisciplinary program has one focus--community health practice.