The Vanderbilt MPH Program accepting applications
The Vanderbilt Masters in Public Health is a two-year program for individuals interested in careers in public health science or as public health professionals and leaders.
The program includes didactic course work, a public health practicum and a culminating scholarly project and is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.
Applicants choose one of two tracks: Epidemiology, which focuses on population-based quantitative evaluation; or Global Health, which focuses on improving global health through leadership, service and knowledge. See the website for applicant eligibility criteria.
The deadline for applications for fall 2013 enrollment is Feb. 28, with notification by April 1.