Upon satisfactory completion of the Health Sciences Program, Graduates should be able to:
Critique how the healthcare system and public policies impacts healthcare access, quality, and outcomes.
Apply the core values, concepts, and functions of public health to address a major public health challenge.
Explain the socio-economic, behavioral, biological, environmental, and other factors that impact human health and contribute to health disparities
Describe the basic concepts, methods, and tools of public health data collection, use and analysis.
Design a project that uses the fundamental concepts of program implementation including planning, assessment, and evaluation to address a public health challenge.
In additional to general education purpose, Graduate Exercise Science Program seeks to assist students in meeting the following learning goals with associated student learning outcomes:
The MPH Program in Urban Health has identified the following core public health and urban health competencies, which guide all program activities:
The MPH Program has one area of specialization, which is “Urban Health”. The specific competencies selected for this specialization mirror the general competencies the guide the entire program and have been amended to take into account the health of urban populations:
All graduates fulfill the competencies that guide the MPH Program.
After completion of the Health Informatics MS program, graduates will be able to:
After completion of the Population Health PhD program, graduates will be able to: