Culminating Project

Sharyl Evans, an MPH student in community health and health behavior, presenting her poster at Perry Poster Day.

Sharyl Evans, an MPH student in community health and health behavior, presenting her poster at Perry Poster Day.

The Culminating Project is the final MPH requirement and takes place during the last MPH semester. You'll incorporate what you've learned from courses and field training into a paper (or set of written materials) and a presentation that address a public health topic, demonstrating foundational and concentration-specific competencies in your project.

Resources Portal

You can learn more about the Culminating Project in the MPH Student Resources portal in UB Learns (for current students), and from your MPH program director, faculty advisor or 630 Culminating Project course instructor.

Publish Your Work

Publish your MPH field training experience or Culminating Project through the Journal of Public Health Student Capstones (JPHSC).

The JPHSC is a quarterly journal seeking abstracts from MPH students highlighting experiential learning activities. It provides an opportunity to share your achievements with professionals, educators and your peers in public health.

Qualifying submissions can be data analyses, research proposals, program evaluations, historical or literature reviews on public health topics, or original research.

Learn more about the JPHSC abstract guidelines, and talk with faculty about submitting field training or culminating project work through this scholarly journal.