Foundational MPH courses give you the knowledge and skills that are expected by public health employers and essential for public health leaders of the future.
We prepare graduates to address the most critical public health issues our world faces. Essential skills in addressing health disparities are the ability to work with diverse populations; understand issues of equity; recognize and appreciate cultural values; and improve health communication, advocacy and policy making. Applying these skills can help to mitigate health inequities.
We strongly recommend that you address at least one diversity-related foundational competency from the list above as one of the three foundational competencies addressed in your culminating project (XXX 630), which is your final project in the MPH program: