Gain practical experience and pursue research interests through our master’s degree programs in biostatistics, community health and health behavior, epidemiology, exercise science, nutrition, occupational therapy or public health.
Develop and implement strategies and programs to prevent the incidence and/or severity of injuries and optimize their clients'/patients' overall health and quality of life.
Prepare for credentialing as a registered dietitian nutritionist through a program that provides unsurpassed field experience.
Address community and behavioral factors that impact health and wellness.
Advance your training in statistical theory, methods and applications.
Develop and apply statistical methods to research in health-related fields, including medicine, biology and public health.
Advance your training in epidemiological research and clinical epidemiology.
Prepare for multiple career paths in the health sciences with our research-based master’s degree.
Maximize your opportunities for research and field experience with our graduate program in nutrition.
Prepare to address complex health issues with a comprehensive understanding of public health philosophy as well as the practical knowledge and skills needed to create real change. We offer the MPH in five concentrated areas of study: biostatistics, epidemiology, health services administration, community health and health behavior or environmental health.