Public Health Programs
The University of Vermont offers post-baccalaureate educational opportunities for those interested in pursuing a career in public health or enhancing their credentials in the field.
Master of Public Health (Online) provides a strong foundation in population health sciences along with covering current issues in public health and health policy.
Epidemiology Graduate Certificate is an 18-credit, online graduate program is a concise immersion into the field of epidemiology and quantitative population health science.
Global and Environmental Health Graduate Certificate introduces students to the foundations of public health, health policy and epidemiology with a focus on the interaction between environmental factors and human health. The one-year, stand-alone certificate may also serve as a pathway to the master’s degree with all credits wholly transferrable into the master’s program.
Public Health Graduate Certificate builds on the same core health sciences, public health and health policy curriculum as a stand-alone, one-year credential. The certificate also serves as a pathway to the master’s degree with all the certificate credits wholly transferable into the master’s program.
Healthcare Management and Policy Graduate Certificate introduces students to a range of policy, finance and management issues impacting healthcare and public health in today’s changing and challenging environment.