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The MPH in Health Services is an in-residence, 2-year, graduate degree program that offers analytical and practical knowledge and skills to candidates who have some experience in health fields and who want to assume positions of greater responsibility in improving the public's health and the effectiveness of health care and population health services.

The MPH in Health Services is offered as a General Program with elective concentrations in:



photo: Dr. Rachel Ceballos Wins 2016 Aetna Award for Excellence in Research on Older Women and Public Health

Dr. Rachel Ceballos Wins 2016 Aetna Award for Excellence in Research

Health Services Affiliate Assistant Professor Dr. Rachel Ceballos won the 2016 Aetna Award for Excellence in Research on Older Women and Public Health at the APHA annual meeting in Denver. The award recognized her study of African-American breast cancer patients after active treatment.   read more...

photo: HSERV Faculty and Alum Featured in ASPPH Friday Letter

HSERV Faculty and Alum Featured in ASPPH Friday Letter

Research by Health Services faculty Drs. Linda Ko, John Inadomi, and Victoria Taylor and MPH alumna Jihye Yoon on medical tourism and colorectal cancer screening among Korean Americans was featured in the ASPPH Friday Letter on 1/11/17.   read more...

photo: Health Services at Roz and Ray 11/5/16

Health Services at Roz and Ray

Health Services faculty members Department Chair Dr. Jeff Harris and Dr. India Ornelas joined playwright Karen Hartman for an engaging discussion of the public health issues explored in her play, Roz and Ray.   read more...