The Community and Behavioral Health subtrack prepares students to design, implement, and evaluate interventions that are directed toward identified public health problems in communities.
The Epidemiology subtrack provides students with the methodological skills to determine the occurrence of disease in communities, assess risk factors for disease, and evaluate the effectiveness of prevention and treatment of disease.
The occupational and environmental health subtrack prepares students to assess risk factors in the physical environment and their relationship to disease, including the health problems of agricultural and industrial workers.
The Policy subtrack is designed for those seeking to become directly involved in developing, implementing and analyzing American health policy. The program offers coursework and applied learning experiences that provide excellent preparation for students to pursue a variety of careers including health policy analysis, system and organizational planning, and program evaluation.
The Biostatistics subtrack focuses on applying biostatistical methods to the design and analysis of research investigations in the health sciences. Students receive fundamental training in the public health sciences, core biostatistical theory, and core biostatistical methods.