Maternal and Child Health Concentration
Maternal and Child Health is an elective concentration of the MPH program that is associated with the Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health.
The MCH concentration provides interdisciplinary, graduate-level training in maternal and child public health research and practice, including epidemiology, biostatistics, program planning and management, policy development, and advocacy.
Graduates who complete the concentration will acquire the skills to become leaders in improving the systems, programs, and policies that support the health of women, children, and families in the United States.
Students electing to pursue the Maternal and Child Health MPH Concentration must satisfy the General MPH Requirements for the School of Public Health and Department of Health Services as well as the additional requirements listed below.
Maternal and Child Health Concentration Additional Requirements
(Recommended) One Additional Biostatistics Course From:
and at Least One Methods Course From:
Social Networks and Health: Methods and Applications
Health Communication and Marketing for Health Promotion: Theory and Practice
Qualitative Methods in Health Services Research
Health Program Evaluation
Survey Research Methods
Preparing, Writing, and Critiquing Scientific Research Proposals
Organizational Theory and Applications in the Study of Health Services