MPH in Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
The MPH program in Behavioral & Community Health Science (BCHS) prepares students for professional careers in which they will develop and deliver programs to improve and maintain health in our communities.
It is a 45-credit degree program that consists of core courses in Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health Sciences, Health Policy and Systems Management, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, and Ethics, as well as fieldwork and a culminating course experience.
BCHS concentration requirements include behavioral science theory; seminars; community analysis and ecology; culture and behavior in health care settings; health communication; health program development and planning; and monitoring and evaluation; and public health project management.
BCHS electives include behavioral theory application; chronic disease prevention and management; community-based participatory programming; diffusion methodologies: research; fuel and physical activity; geriatrics, infectious disease prevention; maternal and child programming; quantitative and quality research methods; rural health access; and survey design.
School of Public Health Requirements
MPH Curriculum and BCHS Concentration
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