MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH COMING TO THOMAS MORE UNIVERSITY IN FALL 2023
CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. (Feb. 27, 2023) — Thomas More University announces the addition of the Master of Public Health program launching in fall 2023. This graduate degree prepares students with skills in a wide range of areas necessary to address complex and ever-changing public health challenges. The degree is a perfect fit for those looking to accelerate their career in the public health field. Programming explores a wide range of topics reflecting current societal challenges such as climate change, educational disparities, poverty, racial inequalities, health justice, chronic diseases, physical activity, air pollution, maternal/child health, and more.
Informed by area employers, the Master of Public Health program is strategically designed to prepare students for a successful career, equipping them with the ability to promote public health within their communities. “Having a keen understanding of public health allows us to identify and implement strategies to improve the overall health in our community,” says Garren Colvin, president and CEO of St. Elizabeth Healthcare. “This supports our vision to lead the communities we serve to be among the healthiest in the nation.”
The Master of Public Health is highly individualized through the value-based, mission-driven education offered at the University. Administration works directly with students to create a learning experience that meets their specific needs and career goals. The program’s generalist track allows the flexibility to gain broad, in-depth knowledge of public health while customizing elective coursework to meet the student’s professional needs and research interests. The program can be completed in as few as 20 months and offers a combination of face-to-face, hybrid, and distance learning courses. Real-world public health experience and leadership skills are achieved through an individualized internship experience that students and their advisor develop.
The University’s mission is to challenge students to examine the ultimate meaning of life, their place in the world, and their responsibility to others. The coursework for this particular program supports students in their efforts to achieve community health equity by solving problems and discovering truth while respecting and serving fellow human beings.
“In strong alignment with the University’s mission, the Public Health program is dedicated to encouraging, challenging, and supporting future public health professionals to strive for health equity by promoting public health at the local, national, and even global level,” says Kaitlin Vollet Martin, Ph.D., assistant professor of health sciences at Thomas More. “Public health is a rapidly growing field with continued projected job growth; therefore, the need to train future public health professionals is critical.”
For more information about Thomas More University, visit www.thomasmore.edu.
About Thomas More University
For 100 years, Thomas More has created a university for the student who wants to Be More, Do More, Seek More, Win More, Achieve More, and Create More. Since its founding in 1921, Thomas More has provided a mission-driven, liberal arts education that is based in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Students learn to harness the power of human reason to solve problems and discover truth, which allows them to begin the journey to become the person they were created to be. Entering into the second century, it’s time for More. Serving more than 2,000 students, Thomas More aspires to be the premier Catholic university in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region, build upon its excellent return on investment (ranked #1 among private universities/colleges in Kentucky by MSN Money in 2021 and ranked #2 for long term gain in Kentucky by a 2022 Georgetown University study) and share with this generation the transformative power of the Thomas More experience. To find out more, visit thomasmore.edu.
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