Why are some demographic groups more prone to obesity than others? Why are some cancers more prevalent along cultural lines? How is it that those living in one community have better access to health care than those in another? These are just some of the questions facing policymakers, health care administrators, business leaders, community advocates, families and individuals alike, and these questions are the domain of those with a master’s degree in public health.
Aligned with Creighton University’s Catholic, Jesuit values of social justice and service to others locally and globally, the online Master of Public Health (MPH) focuses on public health for vulnerable and marginalized populations. Through a community-focused, interdisciplinary approach to epidemiology, biostatistics and health ethics, Creighton’s online MPH degree gives leaders in a variety of health-related fields the knowledge to match their compassion and help serve those at risk as they build the foundation for their own fulfilling careers.
Offered through Creighton’s esteemed Center for Health Policy and Ethics (CHPE), the online Masters in Public Health is a contemporary graduate degree with courses in community-based participatory research, public health ethics and public health systems management.
Creighton’s online MPH program features a dynamic, interactive core curriculum enhanced with a choice of career-building concentrations to match your interests and professional goals.
Demand for public health services and well-trained health workers continues to grow, making a Masters degree in Public Health from Creighton the ideal degree to improve a graduate’s current career or transition to a new one. To learn more, call 866.717.6365 or REQUEST MORE INFORMATION.