Masters in Public Health (MPH)
Definition - What does Masters in Public Health (MPH) mean?
Master of public health (MPH), is a post-graduate multidisciplinary professional degree associated with public health. MPH programs are available in most of the countries in the world in the public and private universities, medical schools, public health and public affairs schools. In some countries, it is a prerequisite for an MPH candidate to have a physician degree. These programs prepare students to become public health professionals who are capable of addressing local and global health issues by planning and executing the appropriate health programs.
Safeopedia explains Masters in Public Health (MPH)
The master of public health (MPH) program prepares students from various backgrounds to become effective public health professionals. It focuses on issues related to population health including socio-economic and cultural factors, behavioral risk factors and environmental exposures. MPH degree holders use systematic approaches to develop, implement, and evaluate public health policies, programs, or services etc.
MPH programs generally covers the following disciplines:
- Bioethics & Human Rights
- Health Law
- Health Policy & Management
- Social & Behavioral Sciences
- Maternal & Child Health
- Environmental Health
- Global Health
- Masters of Science in Public Health (MSPH)
- Health Monitoring
- Public Health
- Health and Safety Plan
- Public Health Inspector Occupational Health & Safety
- Certified Safety & Health Professional (CSHP)
- Certified Homeland Security Manager (CHSM)
- Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST)
- Environmental Science Environmental, Health, and Safety
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)