Graduates of this program will be prepared to:

  1. Utilize critical-thinking and assessment skills in order to analyze barriers, assess needs, and advance the knowledge and practice of public health.
  2. Evaluate and apply population-based theories and strategies used in the prevention of disease and disability.
  3. Lead and inform professional communication, marketing, and public relations on key issues in public health.
  4. Apply fiscal and organizational tenets to public health program leadership.
  5. Demonstrate advanced competency in health informatics and surveillance techniques used in public health programs.
  6. Apply public health research to promote positive social change concerning the health of diverse populations.

Additional Learning Outcomes for the Community Health Education Specialization

  1. Engage in scientific inquiry that advances the knowledge base of research and practice in community health assessment and education.
  2. Examine evidence-based community health education and intervention programs and activities designed to improve public health.

Additional Learning Outcomes for the Epidemiology Specialization

  1. Engage in scientific inquiry that advances the knowledge base of research and practice in epidemiology.
  2. Apply epidemiologic concepts and analytical approaches to public health problems.


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