Behavioral and Community Health Sciences offers MPH and PhD programs which prepare students for an applied public health career. Students learn community-engaged strategies, social and behavioral concepts to assess the health status of populations, apply social/behavioral theory, use social/behavioral science research methods to evaluate health promotion programs as well as develop programmatic and policy recommendations for improvement, and communicate with other researchers, communities, and policymakers. The emphasis is on student learning and practicing assessment and research skills in the context of social and behavioral change at the individual, organizational, and community levels
Master of Public Health, Behavioral & Community Health Sciences
An MPH is a public health professional degree that prepares you to enter the public health field by working for an agency or organization.
Doctor of Philosophy, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
This program prepares students for careers in research, leadership, and teaching in academic and practice settings.