The master’s in public health is a two-year, full-time program focusing on addressing rural health disparities through engaging local communities in programming and policy development.
The program centers the curriculum in community-based application. Students are required to complete community-based practicum experiences from the first semester. The second year of the MSPH program is dedicated to research projects and elective courses.
Located in central North Carolina, Campbell is an ideal setting for the program’s focus on rural health disparities and community outreach. Students and faculty work closely with local health departments and health systems to work towards improving health in the region.
The master’s in public health program also partners with Campbell University’s physician assistant, pharmacy and physical therapy programs to conduct collaborative research and implement community programs.