PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS
Collectively, the academic programs offering the BSPH, MPH, and PhD degrees constitute our Public Health Program (e.g., our CEPH unit of accreditation).
Values: The Public Health Programs values professional and academic integrity and ethics, collegiality, engagement with the community, and responsiveness and innovation in its pursuit of attaining the highest possible standard of health and well-being.
Mission: The Public Health Programs at UNC Charlotte produce practitioner-scholars and leaders prepared to promote and improve human health across the lifespan; to support the optimal organization and management of healthcare locally, nationally, and internationally; and to deliver efficient, effective, and accessible high quality health services, particularly to vulnerable populations.
- Goal 1 (instructional): Develop student competence in the core areas of public health, providing them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to become effective practitioners and researchers.
- Goal 2 (research): Engage students in the development and translation of new knowledge to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of public health services and contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of public health practice.
- Goal 3 (service): Promote collaborations with community partners and stakeholders to advance the public’s health and foster participation in local, regional, national, and international organizations that advance the public health profession.
- Goal 4 (diversity): Address the health and public health workforce needs of a dynamic, emerging urban environment and its increasingly diverse population.
Information about individual degree programs is provided through links provided below.
Last revised: November 2016