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"Promote community and family-centered health by training public health professionals to strategically plan, implement, and evaluate health promotion solutions that improve health and well-being. Emphasis is placed on reducing preventable diseases, injuries, and health disparities among underserved or at-risk populations in both domestic and international settings."
We prepare students to enter the public health workforce with relevant public health and health promotion knowledge, competencies, and skills. The BYU MPH program possesses a set of broad principles to which it is committed. They are values that reflect the heart of studying public health at BYU and define daily faculty-student interactions. READ MORE...

BYU is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health since 2005. On July 1, 2009, the program received 7-year accreditation extending through 2016.