Prepare to address current and emerging public health challenges by earning an MPH degree from UB.
All MPH students learn a common set of foundational competencies. Students will also learn a set of competencies that are specific to their concentration or program:
Apply skills and knowledge learned in the classroom, and engage in the practice of public health with a local, regional or international public health or healthcare agency through a field training experience.
Incorporate what you learned in the classroom and at field training, into a paper and presentation that addresses a public health issue through an integrative project.
An MPH is a versatile degree that prepares you for careers in settings that include local, state, national or international public health agencies, health care delivery systems, nonprofit health agencies or research institutes.
Begin your career in public health
These are just a few of the ways you can work in public health with your MPH degree.
Become Certified in Public Health (CPH). You can sit for the CPH exam with your MPH degree from UB.
Learn more about the CPH exam.