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The new School of Community and Global Health at Claremont Graduate University is uniquely situated at the edge of the Inland Empire, a region of communities in transition. Assessing and addressing the unique health challenges of these communities in transition serves as a major theme guiding our programs. Students gain knowledge in the emerging trends in global health while also honing the skills necessary to be eligible for jobs that employ the majority of graduates in public health.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) program at CGU provides students with a unique experience including:
- Interdisciplinary curriculum and training programs that utilize novel, interactive, problem-based teaching methods and a wide range of field training opportunities, domestically and abroad.
- Emphasis on problem based learning to encourage skill development in areas, such as critical thinking, creative insight, and informed decision-making, all of which are essential for skilled public health leaders.
- Individualized approach to the academic and professional development of each student.
- Technologically enhanced classroom discussion and projects to promote global learning, exchange of ideas, and facilitate collaborative solutions to important public health issues.
- Utilization of the latest technologies to enhance learning and presentation skills, including in-class multimedia lectures and demonstrations.
- Practicum, summer and semester abroad opportunities in over 12 countries of the Pacific Rim and South Asia.
- Research opportunities in public health-related research studies.