The Master of Public Health Program at Claremont Graduate University offers an innovative and interdisciplinary approach to public health education. Students complete a 48-credit program, consisting of the following 13 courses:
- Nine core courses which cover the core public health competencies and provide a foundation for further coursework in a chosen concentration
- Choice of one of three concentrations, with four courses required in each. Students can specialize in (1) Health Promotion, Education and Evaluation; (2) Applied Biostatistics and Epidemiology; or (3) Leadership and Management.
- One general elective course from any of the university's schools, subject to approval of the Program Director
- A proposal writing seminar introducing students to the principles of grantsmanship
- A supervised field training course, providing work experience in a public health agency or a faculty sponsored research project, with the purpose of integrating course concepts into a real world setting
- A capstone project whereby students demonstrate mastery of public health competencies
Both full and part-time study is available. We encourage you to contact the program office to learn more about our concentrations, courses and program curriculum. Prospective students who are interested in visiting a class in session should contact Maggie Hawkins at 909-607-7292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.