The MPH in Health Services is offered as a General Program with elective concentrations in:
The MPH in Health Services is also offered as:
- An online executive MPH program for working professionals
- A problem-based public health practice program
For applicants interested in a research-oriented master's degree:
Cathea Carey Teams Up with Huskies to Highlight Black Excellence
First-year Health Services MPH student Cathea Carey has teamed up with fellow UW students Louie Leiva (MUP) and Tiana Brawley (MSW) and artistic director Cedric Jones to produce Black Excellence (BE) in Urban Planning, Public Service, Art and Advocacy, a multi-layered creative collaboration whose mission is “to elevate the narratives of Afro-Latino, African-American, Caribbean and African People.” read more...
Alumna Daron Ryan Studies Mindfulness to Promote Latina Mental Health
Health Services alumna Daron Ryan (’16) has published her MPH thesis study in a new first-authored paper entitled “Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma (ALMA): An Evaluation of a Mindfulness Intervention to Promote Mental Health among Latina Immigrants.” The study’s co-authors include Daron’s thesis Chair and Principal Investigator, Health Services Associate Professor Dr. India Ornelas, as well as Health Services Adjunct Professor Dr. Bonnie Duran, among others. read more...
Alumna Beth Jacob-Files Founds Consulting Company BJF Research
After graduating from the Health Services MPH program in 2014, alumna Elizabeth (“Beth”) Jacob-Files founded her own consulting company, BJF Research, to provide qualitative health research expertise to hospitals, businesses, and non-profits in Seattle and beyond. read more...