The College of Public Health and Health Professions does not offer the Ph.D. in Public Health without a concentration. All students accepted into the program must choose one of four concentrations: Environmental Health, Health Services Research, One Health, or Social and Behavioral Sciences. Please see those program pages for more information.
Degrees Offered with a Major in Public Health
- Doctor of Philosophy
- concentration in Environmental Health
- concentration in Health Services Research
- concentration in One Health
- concentration in Social and Behavioral Sciences
Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.
College of Public Health and Health Professions Courses
|HSC 6905||Independent Study||1-3|
|HSC 6910||Supervised Research||1-5|
|HSC 6940||Supervised Teaching||1-5|
|PHC 6053||Regression Methods for the Health and Life Sciences||3|
|PHC 6917||Supervised Research Project||1-6|
|PHC 6945||Public Health Practicum||1-6|
|PHC 6946||Public Health Internship||1-9|
|RSD 6110||Rehabilitation Science Theory and Application I||3|
|RSD 6905||Individual Work||1-4|
|RSD 6910||Supervised Research||1-5|
|RSD 6930||Special Topics in Rehabilitation Science||1-4|
|RSD 6940||Supervised Teaching||1-3|
|RSD 7979||Advanced Research||1-12|
|RSD 7980||Research for Doctoral Dissertation||1-15|
SLO 1 Knowledge
Generate new knowledge in the field of public health.
SLO 2 Teaching Skills
Demonstrate competence in class preparation, engagement and contributions to a positive learning environment
SLO 3 Problem-Solving Skills
Demonstrate problem-solving skills by applying, analyzing and synthesizing content knowledge in public health.
SLO 4 Professional Behavior
Display behavior appropriate to scientific discourse and communication