- To enhance students’ advanced knowledge and skills in public health.
- To make students have evidence-based critical thinking and basic research abilities.
- To enhance students’ concerns on international health and sustainable development for the betterment of global health.
Requirement and Credits
This 2-year master program requires students to complete 36-credit courses (required 17-credit courses including 6 credits in doing a thesis, and 19-credit electives). This program provides three disciplinary tracks for applicants: environmental health, health behavior & health and social welfare, and epidemiology & preventive medicine. Each disciplinary track provides students with elective courses. Students have to complete the required 4-credit courses from their own enrolled tracks plus 15 credits from electives across disciplines.