The Department of Community Health Sciences represents a diverse set of individual, family, and population health needs in a variety of health, education, and community settings. Students acquire foundation competencies in core areas of research and professional practice in their specialization areas. These areas include Biostatistics, Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Epidemiology, Health Economics, Health Services Research, Medical Education, and Population and Public Health.
Information regarding admission to our programs (including requirements, procedures, and funding opportunities) can be found under the Prospective Students tab. Information regarding policies, exams and courses is found under the Current Students tab. Should you need any more information on graduate education, please contact our Graduate Program Administrators – Crystal Elliott (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Marion Gregory (email@example.com). The Graduate Program Director for Community Health Sciences is Dr. Tanya Beran.