When you pursue a doctoral (PhD), master of public health (MPH), or master of science (MS) degree in community health and health behavior, you’ll gain a foundational understanding of the factors that influence people's health choices.
You will also determine the role of the community in the onset of and solutions to public health problems. With this education and through applied field and/or research opportunities, you’ll be prepared to address health challenges in your local, regional and broader communities.
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