The mission of the Master of Public Health program is to improve the health of local and global populations, particularly the underserved and vulnerable, through innovative and inspired research, service, and teaching that is grounded in education of the whole person to be a change agent who strives for excellence in all pursuits.
The MPH program develops public health leaders who will advance health equity and social justice and promote community engagement, interprofessional collaborations, evidence-based practice, and public health advocacy.
Situated across campuses in San Francisco, and Sacramento, the MPH program offers training in four concentration areas. This is a two-year program completed over six semesters. Hybrid and online program formats are ideal for working professionals.
Applied Epidemiology & Population Health Methods
Location: Orange County
Learn to assess the frequency, distribution, and determinants of population health through traditional and innovative epidemiologic methodologies.
Location: San Francisco
Prepare to address behavioral health issues in local and global communities.
Community & Public Health Practice
Location: San Francisco & Online
Learn to address public health issues in local and global settings using evidence-based strategies while working in collaboration with community partners.
Health Policy Leadership
The Health Policy Leadership concentration is suited for aspiring leaders in health administration in public health policy as well as candidates aspiring for entry into doctoral programs in medicine, nursing, and allied fields.