Online Master of Public Health in Global Disaster Management, Humanitarian Relief & Homeland Security
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The primary objective of the MPH in Disaster Management, Humanitarian Relief & Homeland Security is to provide an individual with a foundation in public health and the tools to enter the profession of a disaster, homeland security and humanitarian aid worker at the supervisory level. Upon completing the eight concentration courses the student will have covered most topics related to the disaster cycle with a specific emphasis on the recovery phase within the context of a Complex Humanitarian Emergency. The Special Project, Field Experience and the Public Health Comprehensive Exam will assess the student's knowledge base and self-assess their capacity to complete written documents and hands-on experience as a specialist in the public health expertise of disaster management, humanitarian assistance, and homeland security.
Click Here to view the Course Curriculum in the MPH Guide Book.
Can I start with a Graduate Certificate?
If you want to first consider one of the three fully online graduate certificates, you can access the flyers below by going to Disaster Management, Humanitarian Assistance, or Homeland Security. Visit the University of South Florida website at http://www.usf.edu/innovative-education/programs/graduate-certificates/ or contact Dr. Ismael Hoare (firstname.lastname@example.org or (813) 974-8506).
Employment varies for graduates. Those who are in the military, PHS Corps or are governmental employees generally remain in the current employment but with a strengthened resume to move to a better suited position. Others just starting out will have the formal education but will then need to begin at an entry level supervisory position to gain experience. Currently we have alumni with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in the military and PHS Corps, Federal, State and local governments, health care settings, and both National and International Non-governmental Organizations (e.g. Carter Center In Sudan, World Vision in Africa).
Click Here to view the Master of Public Health (MPH) admission criteria.
Click here to apply through SOPHAS.
If you are an out of state or international student, you may qualify for a reduced tuition rate as part of the Global Disaster Management self-funded program. Please click here for more information.
Click Here to view the Curriculum (Under the Program of Study PDF by Year). .
All in-state students will pay the approved USF tuition and fees for the 2015-16 academic year (click for details ). The College of Public Health has established a special tuition rate for non-Florida residents of $525 per credit hour. All students are required to pay an additional $30 per credit off-campus fee for online COPH courses.
To learn more about the Online MPH in Global Disaster Management, Humanitarian Relief & Homeland Security, please contact an Academic Advisor at (813) 974-6505 or email@example.com