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Study M.P.H. (Master of Public Health) at Saint Louis University
Join Dr. Jen Jen Chang, Ph.D., M.P.H, Director of SLU’s top-ranked Master of Public Health program and Mr. Bernie Backer, Director of Graduate Admissions for the College for Public Health and Social Justice to learn more about SLU’s exceptional M.P.H. program, career-focused opportunities and STEM areas.

The sessions will cover the M.P.H. program curriculum and entry requirements, why international students should choose this field, what background is needed, how to apply, scholarships, Q&A and more.

Saint Louis University's College for Public Health and Social Justice is committed to social justice and the Jesuit mission as the only accredited Catholic, Jesuit school of public health in the nation. Students who graduate from SLU's College for Public Health and Social Justice pass the Certified Public Health exam at significantly higher rates than the national average. Graduate-level public health classes are taught by faculty who are internationally recognized as leaders in public health research and practice and have diverse research interests.

In addition to traditional classroom-based learning, students gain experience through applied learning opportunities with community partners. The Master of Public Health trains students to be competent in both the core areas of public health and their selected concentrations. Students choose one or two (joint) concentrations from among eight options, some of which qualify for STEM OPT extension. SLU’s public health graduates are employed at federal, state and local health agencies; consulting firms; consumer advocacy organizations; community-based organizations and health care centers; hospitals; research centers; and universities. Within the first year of graduation, 99% of our graduates are beginning their careers, participating in fellowships or furthering their graduation education.

Nov 11, 2021 06:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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