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Program Electives

The following courses are approved as electives for the MPH across all specializations

Emergency Management (EMGT) 

  • EMGT 614 Spatial Analysis in Emergency Management
  • EMGT 620 Hazard, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment (every other year)   

Health, Nutrition & Exercise Sciences (HNES) 

  • HNES 652 Nutrition, Health and Aging 
  • HNES 710 Recent Literature Review and Research 
  • HNES 721 Health Promotion Programs
  • HNES 724 Nutrition Education 
  • HNES 725 Promoting Health through Policy, Systems, and Environment 
  • HNES 726 Nutrition in Wellness                                                  
  • HNES 727 Physical Activity Epidemiology 
  • HNES 745 Community Health Leadership
  • HNES 754 Assessment in exercise Science and Nutrition   

 Microbiology (MICR) 

  • MICR 663 Clinical Parasitology 
  • MICR 665 Fundamentals of Animal Disease
  • MICR 675 Animal Virology 
  • MICR 724 Applied Epidemiology and Biostatistics
  • MICR 750 Advanced Topics in Epidemiology
  • MICR 756 Advanced Topics in Public Health Microbiology 
  • MICR 762 Advanced Pathogenic Bacteriology
  • MICR 770 Immunology of Chronic Infections
  • MICR 775 Molecular Virology 
  • MICR 781 Advanced Bacterial Physiology 

 Master of Public Health (MPH) 

  • MPH 700  Chronic Illness
  • MPH 705  Global Health   
  • MPH 735  Principles of Infectious Diseases – I  
  • MPH 736  Principles of Infectious Diseases – II 
  • MPH 771  American Indian Health Policy  
  • MPH 772  American Indian Health Disparities
  • MPH 773  Cultural Competence in Indian Health
  • MPH 774  Research Issues in Tribal Communities
  • MPH 775  Case Studies in Indian Health
  • MPH 790  Seminar (4 semesters, 1 credit each) 

Nursing (NURS) 

  • NURS 715 Advanced Community Assessment

 Pharmacy Practice (PHRM) 

  • PHRM 665 Health Disparities and Cultural Competence in Health Care 
  • PHRM 685 Economic Outcomes Assessment
  • PHRM 715 Quantitative Methods for Outcomes Research           

 

 


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