Master of Public Health


  • Skill in written communication and in verbal reporting
  • Developing programs and formulating policy to change and enhance the performance of health systems
  • Knowledge of the organizational and bureaucratic structures involved in program development and implementation
  • An understanding of social science methodologies for dealing with problems of data collection, analysis, and program evaluation
  • Strategies for promoting health and preventing disease in socially and culturally diverse settings



  • Communicate ideas clearly and efficiently in a variety of mediums through listening, clarifying, and responding comprehensively 
  • Read critically and write persuasively with a comprehensive knowledge of grammar and vocabulary
  • Explain complex concepts and theories to others
  • Write concise technical reports and essays

Information Management

  • Locate, gather and organize information using appropriate technology and information systems

Problem Solving and Critical Analysis

  • Use critical thinking skills to evaluate and solve problems, demonstrating the ability to be creative and innovative in identifying solutions 
  • Analyze complex textual and cultural phenomenon 
  • Develop critical observations and attention to detail


  • Organizing ideas and materials in an effective way
  • Design, plan, organize and implement projects and tasks within an allotted timeframe


  • Collect information with attention to detail
  • Employ various analysis research
  • Review and evaluate goals and policies
  • Gather information and use information resources 
  • Conduct and explain research results