University at Albany School of Public Health Information Sessions

These information sessions will provide students the opportunity to meet with faculty, staff and students and explore the field of public health, whether they are interested in community health or laboratory research.  Students may earn an MPH, MPH/MSW, MS, PhD or DrPH in Biomedical Sciences, Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management or Social Behavior and Community Health, as well as a Master’s International (MI) degree, which provides students the opportunity to incorporate Peace Corps Volunteer Service into the MPH degree.  The School also offers a fully online MPH in Public Health Practice and an 18 credit online Certificate in Public Health Fundamentals and Principles.

The University at Albany School of Public Health is a dynamic and progressive place for students to advance their careers through graduate study.  We are the only School of Public Health in the United States that is in partnership with a state health department, providing students with opportunities to work closely with faculty who are practitioners and research scientists addressing “front-page” health issues.  Our degree programs combine cutting edge research, policy development, and administration, and our students benefit from having access to New York State Department of Health facilities, databases, internships and full-time employment opportunities.

Information Sessions will be: Thursday, October 18 and Saturday, November 17.

Flyer: UAlbany School of Public Health Information Sessions 2012

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