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Get certified in Public Health

OSU’s program is grounded in the One-Health initiative promoting research in fields impacting human health, animal health, and environmental health.  The program’s interdisciplinary education, research, service, and outreach includes the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Center for Health Sciences.

Overview

The OSU MPH program offers a unique opportunity to complete a graduate certificate in public health. The 15 credit hour graduate certificate in public health can be completed in one academic calendar year through a range of course offerings including in-person, hybrid, and online. The certificate emphasizes learning in the five core competencies of public health: biostatistics, epidemiology, environmental health, healthcare administration, and social and behavioral sciences.

 

Coursework

 

Required Courses   

  • REMS 5953 Statistical Methods in Education       
  • HLTH 5323 General Epidemiology           
  • HLTH 5133 Environmental Health
  • HCA 5013 Survey of Health Care Administration           
  • MPH 5653 Foundations of Public Health Education and Promotion

 

 

Admissions Requirements and Deadlines

Application Requirements

  • Be a graduate student at OSU
  • Meet the admission standards of the Graduate College
  • Have the equivalent of at least a 3.0/4.0 undergraduate GPA

Graduate Certificate Admissions

Once you have completed the course requirements for the Certificate Program, to receive your certificate you must submit an Application for Certificate Completion Form to the Registrar's Office.
 

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MPH Faculty

The MPH faculty is comprised of researchers and practitioners with a wide array of experience. This includes working within large public health agencies (e.g. county and state health departments, community-based organizations), administering grant-funded public health projects, and the like. This experience is brought into the classroom where our faculty expertise and scholarly work across a variety of areas.

 

For example, Dr. Jared Taylor’s research interests at the College of Veterinary Medicine are in population medicine/herd health and the interaction of veterinary medicine and public health. Together, our faculty and student partner with local community-based organizations, government, and tribal communities to advance the health of Oklahomans and beyond.

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