Public Health (M.P.H.)
The MPH curriculum requires 48 credits, including 11 classes (33 credits) of required coursework that is established to fulfill the core competencies for the CEPH accreditation and 5 electives (15 credits). Included in the MPH curriculum is a 100 hour field experience in which the student is expected to apply the theory and practice of public health to a particular area of interest in a professional setting. The final course in the curriculum is an integrating seminar in which students work in teams, bringing both their individual and joint perspectives and expertise to address a specific public health problem for a New Hampshire-based public health entity.
Grades below the “B-” level in a graded course are considered failing grades for the purposes of determining academic standing. Repeating a course does not remove the original failing grade from the record. Students receiving failing grades in 6 or more credits either in two courses or in one course taken twice will be recommended by the MPH program director to the Graduate School for dismissal from the program. Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (B), or higher, in order to graduate. Students admitted on a conditional or provisional basis must meet the conditions or provisions as stated in the letter of admission in order to remain in the Graduate School.
M.P.H. Degree Requirements
The M.P.H. program requires 48 credits of coursework.
|PHP 900||Public Health Care Systems||3|
|PHP 902||Environmental Health||3|
|PHP 904||Social and Behavioral Health||3|
|PHP 905||Public Health Administration||3|
|PHP 907||Public Health Policy||3|
|PHP 908||Public Health Ethics||3|
|PHP 922||Public Health Economics||3|
|PHP 990||Field Study||3|
|PHP 998||Integrating Seminar||3|
|Select five elective courses||15|
A grade of B- or higher is required in all courses.