Prepare for a rewarding profession designed to address health issues in communities, including environmental health, emergency preparedness, outbreak investigations, needs assessments, emerging infectious diseases, as well as the threat of bioterrorism. You’ll learn to become a decision-maker and policy advocate.
Versatile, accomplished faculty
Each faculty member brings diverse individual experience, socio-cultural backgrounds, and intellectual traditions within the fields of anthropology, psychology, and sociology. You’ll learn the ethical principles and regulatory requirements needed for protecting human subjects.
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