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School of Public Health
The Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI is dedicated to the pursuit of health for all people. In promoting the health of communities, we emphasize the prevention of disease and injury and recognize the interconnectedness of the environment, policy, behaviors, and science. The Schoolâ€™s mission is to cultivate innovative, interdisciplinary, community engaged education, research and service and prepare leaders in public health and health care. Seven undergraduate and graduate academic programs focus on building strong leadership in public health and health care administration for the future. Undergraduate programs in Health Services Management and Public Health offer a strong foundation in science and practice. The 45 credit Master of Public Health (MPH) program, accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health, offers five concentrations, including Biostatistics, Environmental Health Science, Epidemiology, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Health Policy and Management. The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program is 51 credits in length and is fully accredited by the Council on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education. Three 90 credit Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees are available in Health Policy and Management, Epidemiology and Biostatistics. The School also provides continuing education for working professionals. Through the Indiana Public Health Training Center (IPHTC), a broad spectrum of educational activities using a variety of training modalities including distance learning are available at low cost. The Center, first created in 2003, served over 19,000 professionals in 2011. The Center for Health Policy (CHP), established in 2006, provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to collaborate with state and local government, as well as public and private health care organizations. The CHP conducts high quality program evaluation and applied research on critical health policy-related issues. The CHP serves as a bridge between academic health researchers and state and local government as well as health care organizations and community leaders.
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