Master of Public Health

Program description: 

Aligned with Creighton’s Catholic, Jesuit values of social justice and service to others, the online MPH program teaches the skills and strategies to create health programs for at-risk populations and those who do not have access to adequate health care. From rural to urban communities, the online MPH degree prepares students to become leaders in a wide variety of health-related fields.
The Master of Public Health curriculum provides instruction on how to:
- Identify the totality of health problems & needs of defined populations
- Evaluate mechanisms to meet the health needs of defined populations
- Demonstrate competency to carry out broad public health functions across settings
- Plan, implement & evaluate programs to address identified public health needs in cooperation with community members
- Assure conditions that protect & promote the health of populations
- Synthesize and communicate findings from research, practical experience & critical self-reflection

Program discipline(s): 
Public health