Master of Public Health - Public Health, Community and Public Health Practice Concentration
University of San Francisco - School of Nursing and Health Professions
San Francisco, USA
USD 1,555 / per credit
Earliest start date
The Community and Public Health Practice concentration program prepares students to apply public health sciences to promote social justice in a variety of settings and working with communities. Students gain skills in project planning and management, including ways to assess community needs and assets, address environmental challenges facing disadvantaged populations, and collaborate with communities to address social determinants of health and promote social justice. Students learn to value and encourage meaningful community participation and engagement in knowledge generation, and to identify and challenge repressive power structures impeding community self-determination. They gain qualitative and quantitative skills in research and programmatic intervention design and assessment, including management of resources and continuous improvement.
English Language Requirements
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