Master of Public Health (MPH) Program in Urban Public Health

Master of Public Health (MPH) Program in Urban Public Health

Master of Public Health (MPH) Program in Urban Public Health

Worldwide, almost half of the population lives in densely populated urban settings; and in the U.S., many of these communities represent underserved minority population groups. Charles R. Drew University, College of Science and Health offer a graduate Urban Public Health program that culminates in a Master of Public Health (MPH). Graduates will be prepared to address a wide range of urban health problems prevalent among the various ethnic groups, such as violence, substance abuse, mental illness, obesity, HIV/AIDS, and cardiovascular diseases, among others.

Multiple Opportunities for Public Health Professionals Our program provides working professionals with the skills, networks, and credentials needed to advance in the field of public health, such as:

  • Federal, State, and Local Health Agencies
  • Community-Based Health Organizations
  • Research Institutions
  • Non-Governmental Health Agencies
  • Health Services/Maintenance Organizations
  • Hospitals and Ambulatory Medical Centers

 

Urban Public Health Program