If you are dedicated to the idea of helping people live healthier and safer lives, public health might be the career for you.
Whether you study on-campus or online, you will learn from the same world-class faculty and study in the way that best suits your learning style.
Through coursework and learning experiences in the field, MPH students receive training to provide service and leadership in public health in the state of Georgia, for the nation, and around the globe.
Public health has a positive global impact through research, community programming, education campaigns, implementing policy, and advocating for safer living and working conditions.
The demand for public health professionals is growing. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of healthcare occupations is expected to grow by 14% by 2028.
Public health careers are varied and include roles like biostatistician, epidemiologist, environmental scientist and engineer, program manager, director of environmental health, health educator, water quality specialist, public health officer, community health worker, health and safety engineer, and patient advocate.
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As a graduate of the University of Georgia, you become part of an extensive alumni network and a longstanding tradition of striving for excellence in every pursuit. For over two hundred years, we have been on a mission of leadership and service, and today, we are ranked among the nation’s top public institutions.
“I create computer models that predict how diseases such as diabetes will respond to drug therapies. ”