The Master of Public Health program at OU-Tulsa prepares individuals for a wide variety of career opportunities in the public health sector.
The OU College of Public Health is one of only 44 accredited schools of public health in the United States. The program provides a stimulating and contemporary curriculum that addresses local, national and global public health issues. The multidisciplinary faculty is dedicated to providing an excellent education and lifelong learning opportunities for both public health practice professionals and public health research scientists.
The College of Public Health has strong partnerships with local, state, national and international public health agencies. By working closely with city, county and state officials, the college continues to create community partnerships to improve the public health of Oklahoma. We also are working toward resolving the health disparities among minority populations in Oklahoma and the United States, particularly in the American Indian population. These partnerships provide a wide variety of opportunities for practicum experience in public health practice or research settings.
The Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degree is a 44-credit-hour professional degree program that provides core competencies in public health and the opportunity to explore areas of interest through elective courses. Classes are offered with working professionals in mind.
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Additional information, including a math self-assessment test and a videostream of departmental information is available at: http://coph.ouhsc.edu/oss/welcome.aspx