Community Health Sciences Concentrations
Students complete the concentration in Community Health Practice & Methods by taking any 9 SH of CHSC electives.
Division-Specific Concentrations Heading link
Community Health Practice and Methods
The Community Health Practice and Methods concentration prepares public health practitioners and researchers to identify, explore, and address public health problems at the community level.
Maternal and Child Health
This concentration prepares public health practitioners with strong public health and leadership skills with specialized content expertise in maternal and child health, addressing health inequities among women, children and families.
Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology
This concentration trains public health practitioners to carry out high-level analytic work, notably with state and local public health agencies. Students gain background knowledge in reproductive/perinatal and pediatric epidemiology, and with the analytic and leadership skills necessary to enable them to engage in data based decision-making to promote the health of the maternal and child health population.
Interdepartmental Concentrations Heading link
Interdepartmental concentrations include coursework from multiple schools and colleges at UIC. These concentrations can be completed as a secondary concentration in addition to the division-specific or global health concentration.