The OMPH Program offers many tracks across two universities. In addition, the OMPH Program also offers a Graduate Certificate in Public Health, and several dual degree study options.
Students select a specific track at one of the partner universities. They apply for admissions, follow the curriculum path for their chosen track, and attend classes primarily at their track location.
|Specialty Track Offered||Track Description||
|Biostatistics||The Biostatistics track provides training in both applied statistical methods and public health concepts, so that students gain the practical knowledge and skills to engage in successful careers in public health.||Oregon Health & Science University|
|Environmental Systems & Human Health||The Environmental Systems & Human Health track offers ecosystem-based public health training for students who would like to investigate and remediate environmental impacts on public health.||Oregon Health & Science University|
|Epidemiology||The Epidemiology track trains health professionals in the population perspective toward health care and disease prevention. Courses in this track emphasize the use of quantitative methods for analyzing and addressing health problems to support basic and applied research in public health and health care.||Oregon Health & Science University|
(no longer offered after Fall 2013)
|The Epidemiology & Biostatistics track trains health professionals in the population perspective toward health care and disease prevention. Courses in this track emphasize the use of quantitative methods for analyzing and addressing health problems to support basic and applied research in public health and health care.||Oregon Health & Science University|
|The Health Management & Policy track develops and strengthens the knowledge and practice of the delivery and management of health services. This track prepares individuals for the exercise of competent and effective policy and administrative leadership in the health sector.||Portland State University|
|Health Promotion||The Health Promotion track prepares students to utilize public health approaches to develop, administer, implement, and evaluate culturally sensitive health promotion and behavior change programs, and to mobilize community resources for planned social change.||Portland State University|
|Primary Health Care & Health Disparities||The Primary Health Care & Health Disparities track provides training in the population perspective of health care and disease prevention. Students completing this track will be prepared to assume clinical leadership roles in a variety of settings, including but not limited to community health centers, health maintenance organizations and health departments.||Oregon Health & Science University (online)|
Please visit ohsu-psu-sph.org for current MPH information (09/19/2016)