Program in Public Health - The Program in Public Health (PPH) is dedicated to advancing the field of public health and improving health locally and globally through education, research, and community service. We are located in Suffolk County on Long Island, Stony Brook, New York.

  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/about About The Program | Program in Public Health - The Program in Public Health was established at Stony Brook to train people who wish to integrate the knowledge, skills, vision, and values of public health into their careers and provide leadership in the field. The Program leads to the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree as well as a variety of combined and concurrent programs.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/about/directorswelcome Director's Welcome | Program in Public Health - Greetings! Welcome to the Program in Public Health (PPH) at Stony Brook Medicine.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/about/whatispublichealth What is Public Health | Program in Public Health - The mission of public health is to "fulfill society's interest in assuring conditions in which people can be healthy." (Institute of Medicine, The Future of Public Health. National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 1988)
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/about/accreditation Accreditation | Program in Public Health - The Program in Public Health (PPH) actively sought accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) from our inception in 2008.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/about/contact Contact Us | Program in Public Health - Public Health Faculty and Staff Directory DirectorDr. Lisa Benz Scott, [email protected] Associate Director of Academic AffairsDr. Catherine Messina, [email protected]
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/admissions Admissions | Program in Public Health - Although admissions requirements are rigorous, the Program in Public Health aims to develop camaraderie, cooperation, and cohesiveness among students in each cohort. For this reason, admission to the Program is during fall semester only. Application Deadlines 2016
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/admissions/whoshouldapply Who Should Apply | Program in Public Health - The Program in Public Health at Stony Brook is seeking intellectually inquisitive people from different socioeconomic, educational, racial, and ethnic backgrounds who can provide special contributions to the field of public health and the Program. The Program considers the potential contribution of each applicant to the student body and the public health field. Applicants are evaluated on academic achievement, leadership potential, professional accomplishment, and personal attributes. Excellent written and oral communication skills are expected.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/admissions/tutionandfinancialaid Tution & Financial Aid | Program in Public Health - Each year the University routinely examines the fees it charges students for services provided. The University proposes an increase for full-time graduate students by $104.50 per semester. This fee increase is essential to maintain the cost of existing services and expanding others. Students are responsible for knowing they are registered for classes, what classes they are registered for, paying their billing statements in a timely fashion, and understanding and following the correct procedures to withdraw from classes.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/admissions/informationsessions Information Sessions | Program in Public Health - There are no scheduled information sessions at this time. However, our Academic Coordinator is happy to meet with prospective students.Please contact Joanie Maniaci at [email protected]rook.edu with your questions or to schedule a meeting.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/academics Academics | Program in Public Health - The Program in Public Health values high-quality education that moves beyond the simple transmission of information to production of creative and critical thinkers who will be able to maintain public health’s value to society in the future. This value is operationalized through provision of the MPH Core and Concentration curricula leading to the MPH degree.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/academics/competencies MPH Competencies | Program in Public Health - The curriculum for the MPH degree is competency-based in order to comply with current national efforts to improve the quality and accountability of public health training programs. The Program in Public Health faculty developed the required MPH Core Competencies, using the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH), Master’s of Public Health Core Competency Development Project as the starting point.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/academics/mph MPH Curriculum | Program in Public Health - The curriculum for the MPH degree is competency-based in order to comply with current national efforts to improve the quality and accountability of public health training programs. The Program in Public Health faculty developed the required MPH Core Competencies, using the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) Master’s of Public Health Core Competency Development Project as the starting point.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/phcor PhD in Population Health and Clinical Outcomes Research | Program in Public Health - This program is designed to meet the training needs of PhD-prepared scientists in the fields of population health and clinical outcomes research. The program draws upon the expertise of our faculty to successfully deliver the curriculum, and the resources available at Stony Brook University to implement and sustain the program.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/students Students | Program in Public Health - Students of the Program in Public Health at Stony Brook University come from a diverse background and eagerly embark on a journal of research, education, and service. With a variety of programs and opportunities each student has the opportunity to flourish within the own niche. Through the support of the outstanding faculty and staff students are provided with a variety of resources.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/students/orientation Orientation | Program in Public Health - As with any journey, it is important to orient yourself to the culture, expectations, and requirements of the program. The Program in Public Health hosts a single Orientation in mid-August for all students in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program. Pre-Orientation Requirements for the MPH Program, click here. Required/ Suggested Software, click here.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/students/bulletin PPH Bulletin | Program in Public Health - As a student in the Program in Public Health, you have become part of our intellectually inquisitive community, and we look forward to helping you contribute to the field of public health and the Program. We are fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) and committed to ensuring that your educational experience is intellectually challenging and provides the skills necessary to become a leader in public health.
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/students/graduation Graduation | Program in Public Health - Each May, the Program in Public Health holds its graduation ceremony, which is an opportunity to recognize our new graduates and their accomplishments. Students who graduate from the MPH program in the fall are encouraged to attend the Program in Public Health May graduation ceremony. For more information about the University’s Commencement Ceremony, click here. Keynote Speakers
  • https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/students/ophsa Organization of Public Health Students and Alumni (OPHSA) | Program in Public Health - The Program in Public Health (PPH) graduated its first class in May 2006. Since that time, the alumni of the Program have organized with students to create an association that serves both groups: Organization of Public Health Students and Alumni (OPHSA). The purpose of OPHSA is to achieve the following goals:

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