PH 600: Foundations of Public Health
This graduate-level course introduces students to public health concepts
as well as public health professional practice. Students will examine
the origins and development of the modern public health system and the
relationship of public health to the overall health system. This course
will broadly cover topics that students will explore in future advanced
public health coursework, including epidemiology, global and
environmental health, health policy and administration, and planning,
implementing, and evaluating public health programs.
- Lecture: Lecture for PH 600
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