The M.P.H. can be earned jointly with the Ph.D. in Food Science & Human Nutrition. In the joint program, up to 12 hours of coursework may be applied to both degrees, and the degrees are conferred simultaneously at the completion of the program.
|CHLH 410||Public Health Practice||4|
|CHLH 469||Environmental Health||4|
|CHLH 540||Health Behavior: Theory||4|
|CHLH 550||Health Policy: United States||4|
|CHLH 572||Principles of Epidemiology||4|
|CHLH 573||Biostatistics in Public Health||4|
|CHLH 575||Chronic Disease Prevention||4|
|CHLH 577||Health Program Evaluation||4|
|CHLH 594||Special Topics||4|
|CHLH 587||MPH Applied Practice Experience||4|
|CHLH 589||MPH Integrative Learning Experience||2|
|FSHN 599||Thesis Research (min/max applied toward degree)||32-38|
Grad Other Degree Requirements
|Other requirements may overlap
|A Ph.D. concentrations is required.
|Minimum Number of 500-level Hours Required overall in Program:
||12 (8 within M.P.H.)
|Additional courses may be required beyond the concentration minimum per Advisory Committee
|Approved Masters Degree Required for Admission?
|Qualifying Exam Required:
|Preliminary Exam Required:
|Final Exam/Dissertation Defense Required:
|Dissertation Deposit Required: