The Graduate Certificate in Public Health provides working professionals an opportunity to advance their career and education in public health at their own pace. The certificate program prepares students with the fundamental skills and knowledge to address each of the five core areas of public health: social and behavioral health, epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental health, and health systems.
The MS in global health incorporates epidemiology and biostatistics, region-based nutrition, cross-cultural perspectives in mental health issues, community health assessment, program evaluation, human resource concerns, international health systems and organizations, refugee and internally displaced people health issues, and international health research. The required thesis provide students an opportunity to systematically investigate a problem or issue with global health implications.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) is the most widely recognized professional degree for those wishing to enter or advance in the field of public health. George Mason’s MPH program provides coursework in the five core disciplines of public health — epidemiology, biostatistics, health administration, social and behavioral sciences, and environmental health with advanced training in seven highly specialized concentrations.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) is the most widely recognized professional degree for those wishing to enter or advance in the field of public health. Mason’s MPH program provides coursework in all five core disciplines of public health and advanced training in one of seven concentration areas.
The accelerated MPH degree program is designed for Mason’s highly qualified and highly motivated undergraduates. It is expected that students will have a minimum 3.0 GPA in public health relevant coursework.