Public health is in demand now more than ever. The Division of Public Health offers master's and doctoral degrees and graduate certificate programs. MPH concentrations include generalist, community health, and global health. Graduate certificates include Public Health, Global Health, Emergency Health, and Statistics. We also offer an MStat-Biostatistics degree and a PhD in Public Health. Our MPH programs have a practice focus while our MSPH and PhD programs have a research focus. We also offer continuing education for public health professionals and community partners and are part of the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center.
The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine (originally Family and Community Medicine) has offered a master's degree in public health education since 1974, a MStat-Biostatistics degree since 1976, and a PhD since 2004. Initially the public health degree offered was the Master of Science in Community Medicine (MSCM); in 1984 this degree was changed to the Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH). Since 1984 the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine Public Health Program has offered the MSPH degree, an
Tejinder P. Singh, BDS, MDS, MPH