American Indian Public Health Day
Monday, April 6 | 10:30 - 11:30 am
The Role of Trauma Impacts on Attachment and Brain Development and Appropriate Strategies for Working with Traumatized Children.
Dr. Tami DeCoteau (MHA Nation and Turtle Mountain)Licensed Clinical Psychologist at DeCoteau Trauma-Informed Care & PracticeJoin at https://join.nd.gov/1680197 (Chrome web browser works best) or phone at (701) 328-7950 (collaboration code: 483716#)
Global Public Health Day
Thursday, April 9 | 12:30 - 2:00 pm
Global Responses to COVID-19
MPH Students: Sargam Ghimire (Nepal); Agnes Mason (Poland); Nk Nwankwo, David Adeyeye, & Bosola Shyllon (Nigeria)Join Zoom Meeting https://ndsu.zoom.us/j/764276238 Meeting ID: 764 276 238For more event details, visit www.facebook.com/NDSUMPH
Welcome to the Department of Public Health
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an overburdened US public health workforce, the likes of which we have never seen. Epidemiologic field work has become increasingly important as we live in an interconnected, global society where epidemics and pandemics are an ongoing reality.
NDSU Public Health is now offering an MPH Epidemiology specialization (pending University approval) with a core curriculum that includes courses in disease surveillance and outbreak investigation, epidemiologic methods, and health survey research. Courses in the former Managing Infectious Diseases (MID) and Food Safety (FS) specializations will become subplan options within the MPH Epidemiology specialization. This program will start Fall 2020.
NDSU currently offers the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with specializations in:
- American Indian Public Health
- Community Health Sciences
- Food Safety
- Management of Infectious Diseases
NDSU’s MPH program is offered both on-campus and through distance education formats. NDSU is committed to being student focused and to providing opportunities for students to participate in the wide variety of research taking place on campus. The Department of Public health is part of a culture of academic excellence, made evident by the university’s position as a top research university as reported by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. The MPH program fosters this commitment by keeping class sizes small and providing opportunities for students to work closely with faculty on research projects.
Public health is defined as the practice of helping members of society live healthier, longer lives. More specifically, public health focuses on improving the general health of communities through efforts to monitor the spread of diseases, initiatives (both clinical and policy-oriented) to prevent disease and disability, and by promoting healthy lifestyles through education and community engagement. It is practiced by multidisciplinary teams whose members’ training spans a wide array of academic and vocational fields. The MPH degree program at NDSU draws faculty from: Microbiology; Pharmacy; Nursing; Medicine; and Social Science.
NDSU can offer you an MPH degree that will be the gateway to achieving your professional goals. It will take caring and hard-working people such as you to improve the public’s health; apply here to make a difference!
Watch this space for new developments. If you are interested in more information, please contact Stefanie Meyer at Stefanie.Meyer@ndsu.edu
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