Orange County Campus
9 a.m.–5 p.m
The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program with a concentration in Community and Public Health Practice teaches students to address public health issues in local and global settings using evidence-based strategies and working in collaboration with community partners.
The MPH Community and Public Health Practice program is an interprofessional degree that includes coursework in epidemiology, biostatistics, community and behavioral health, environmental health, and public health policy and management.
Community and Public Health Practice will appeal to you if you'd like to deepen your knowledge and skills in public health assessment and research. You'll also learn best practices for monitoring and evaluation, intervention design, and the implementation of community-driven, culturally sensitive programming to promote social justice and improve health and well-being.
The Social Justice Fellowship is a $4,000 award over two years. Up to two awards will be made to outstanding MPH program applicants committed to public health as social justice and the ethical goal of protecting the health of the public.