Our MPH program is intentionally interprofessional, connecting you to a network of fellow students, international and community organizations, and diverse health professionals.
Through a combination of didactic and experience-based courses, you’ll develop skills in applied public health research, data management, community health improvement, and environmental interventions locally and around the world.
In the global environmental health specialty, you will focus on 21st century environmental health challenges in the U.S. and worldwide, including:
- food safety and foodborne illnesses
- air and water quality
- hazardous materials
- disaster preparedness
- risk assessment
- sea level rise
- climate change policy
You can also add our graduate certificate in Global Health to your MPH degree.
* ODU has submitted an application for this Master of Public Health program to be accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health for the Master of Public Health program. For additional information please see https://ceph.org/. This program is also pending approval by the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia.