Community Health Practice and Methods

This concentration allows students to choose from the broad spectrum of courses in Community Health Sciences, enabling students to develop the most appropriate skill set for their long term goals. Community Health Practice and Methods is the default concentration for students completing the Master of Public Health in Community Health Sciences. Courses may address:

  • research methodologies most applicable to community health concerns
  • specific populations of public health interest, with a focus on marginalized populations
  • interventions strategies to address public health problems at the community level

Concentration Requirements

Onsite students in the Master of Public Health in Community Health Sciences program can earn a concentration in Community Health Practice & Methods by taking any 9 semester hours of Community Health Sciences electives. Online students in the Master of Public Health in Community Health Sciences program can earn a concentration in Community Health Practice & Methods by taking any 6 semester hours of Community Health Sciences electives.