This MPH program prepares graduates to analyze implications of policies relating to environmental and occupational health, participate in policy development, and assess and manage environmental and occupational risks.
This MPH program prepares graduates committed to working in resource-poor settings around the world to assume roles in designing, implementing, and evaluating programs to create healthy environments. Learn more about issues in global environmental health through Milken Institute School of Public Health Assistant Professor Jay Graham's website on Global Environmental Health.
Having difficulty determining which program might be the right fit for you? Read about the main differences between these two MPH programs.
The Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) Program (60 credits) prepares professionals to assume leadership positions in research, policy, and program design and administration in the field of Environmental and Occupational Health.