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In our PhD in Public Health program, you can build upon your skills and expertise to become a more effective scholar-practitioner and make compelling contributions to advancing wellness among diverse populations. Coursework examines issues in disease and injury prevention; health informatics; and the importance of communication, marketing, and public relations in the public health field. In addition to conducting your own original research in a public health topical area of your choice, you can learn how to apply public health research to promote positive social change concerning the health of communities worldwide.
Earning your doctoral degree in public health can position you to pursue prominent career roles as a leader, researcher, consultant, or educator in a wide range of settings. Gain the knowledge and credentials to change your world and improve the lives of countless people across the globe.
Why earn your doctorate in public health from Walden?
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Walden offers three doctoral degree programs in public health and health education designed to meet your career goals.
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Complete your doctoral study or dissertation with the added support of a Capstone Intensive Retreat.
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Receive a $5,000 grant if you reside in the US and start this program on July 11, 2016 or August 29, 2016. Contact one of our enrollment advisors to learn more.
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