Last updated: March 25, 2021

Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) Accreditation

We are proud to say that our Graduate Programs in Public Health have been accredited by CEPH since 1982. To ensure that our program continues providing top-quality public health education, we are working with CEPH on renewing our current seven-year accreditation by Fall 2021. This process involves an 18-month self-study, which will be online for public review and comment. For feedback on the self-study, please send an email to Heather Rose, director of accreditation, at We welcome feedback from students and community partners.

Certified in Public Health (CPH) Exam Registration Vouchers

CPH LogoThe CPH is the only credential of its kind for public health that demonstrates knowledge of key public health sciences and a commitment to the field through continuing education focused on emerging and established public health issues. We have a unique opportunity this spring 2021 to cover the cost of the CPH exam registration for a limited number of students. The application will open from April 5, 2021, through April 13, 2021. More information can be found here.

Summer 2021 Semester Registration

Registration for the summer semester is scheduled to start on Friday, April 12 and classes will begin on Monday, May 17.

Emerging Topics in Public Health Seminar

We are planning on offering an Emerging Topics in Public Health Seminar in April. The details on the date and theme will be available soon.

March 16: One-Year Mark of Working Remotely

Staff met virtually where we reflected on the past year, shared our experiences and a word that most resonated with us. A few of them included resilience, empathy, patience, reflection, flexibility, and adaptability. "We are in this together as we honor the immense toll this has had on our lives, the incredible resilience of the human spirit, and the unprecedented scientific advancements worldwide to manage this public health challenge and the development and implementation of vaccines," said Begoña Rovira, M.B.A., M.A., executive director of master’s programs in public health.

Join Public Health Groups on the Cane2Cane Career and Mentorship Network

The department has launched two groups, including the Public Health Sciences Group and an M.P.H. Capstone Group. The Cane2Cane platform offers a space for students and alumni to connect with alumni, faculty/staff, and friends of the University for mentoring opportunities, career advice, knowledge sharing, and networking. Join here.

Public Health's LinkedIn Page Now Live

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network and it can be a valuable tool in your professional development and job search.  We invite you to follow us, connect with students, alumni, and faculty, and be a part of the conversation as we explore different public health topics and share research discoveries.