Our Master’s in Public Health (MPH) is a 43-credit program accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) and has a long-standing tradition of training a diverse range of public health and health professionals in the skills needed to identify, prevent and solve community health problems. Established in 1970, unique strengths of the University of Rochester MPH include a diverse faculty with research expertise in a broad range of public health related fields, and our setting within a leading School of Medicine. Upon completion of the MPH degree program in the Department of Public Health Sciences students will be able to:
- address specific population health concerns;
- use quantitative and qualitative evidence to formulate and answer questions related to population health; and
- work collaboratively to devise and evaluate programs.