MPH‐EOH 1: Explain environmental and occupational health theories and apply them to public health problems. MPH‐ EOH 2: Create risk assessment approaches based on target populations. MPH‐ EOH 3: Apply environmental justice principles in community and occupational settings. MPH‐ EOH 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the regulatory policies and agencies that influence environmental and occupational health issues. MPH‐ EOH 5: Evaluate the literature concerning environmental factors impacting human health.
    MPH‐ENH‐IHY 1: Demonstrate knowledge on the scientific principles and fundamentals of industrial hygiene. MPH‐ENH‐IHY 2: Use sampling and analytical methods to conduct occupational exposure assessment MPH‐ENH‐IHY 3: Demonstrate the fundamentals in controlling occupational exposure hazards. MPH‐ENH‐IHY 4: Apply fundamental concepts of industrial hygiene theory to real life practical cases. MPH‐ENH‐IHY 5:Explain knowledge on fundamental concepts of occupational safety and health. MPH‐ENH‐IHY 6: Apply the basic regulations and standards of industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety to real field situations.
    MPH‐EPI 1: Describe the historical context of epidemiology. MPH‐EPI 2: Describe public health concerns in terms of magnitude, people affected, time, and location. MPH‐EPI 3: Apply basic terminology and definitions of epidemiology. MPH‐EPI 4: Formulate analytic approach using appropriate epidemiologic measure and generate conclusions. MPH‐EPI 5: Explain the importance of epidemiology for informing scientific and ethical principles of public health concerns. MPH‐EPI 6: Explain ethical principles pertaining to the collection, maintenance, use, and dissemination of epidemiologic data. MPH‐EPI 7: Evaluate the strengths and limitations of epidemiologic reports. MPH‐EPI 8: Describe the principles and limitations of public health screening programs.
    MPH‐HB 1: Explain social and behavioral science theories to public health problems. MPH‐HB 2: Create theory‐based behavior change strategies based on target population needs. MPH‐HB 3: Apply principles of evaluating health promotion and disease prevention programs. MPH‐HB 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the ethical standards of public health research and practice. MPH‐HB 5: Evaluate the literature concerning individual and social influences on health behavior.
    MPH‐HCOP‐HCO 1: Appraise the main components and issues regarding organization, financing, and delivery of health services and public health systems in the U.S. MPH‐HCOP‐HCO 2: Critique the effectiveness of health care services, programs, and policy interventions in improving health outcomes, quality, and access to care. MPH‐HCOP‐HCO 3: Develop basic planning, management, and leadership skills for successful administration of health care organizations and the execution of public health programs. MPH‐HCOP‐HCO 4: Formulate a "systems thinking" approach for resolving organizational and public health practice issues. MPH‐HCOP‐HCO 5: Apply quality and performance improvement concepts to address organizational performance issues. MPH‐HCOP‐HCO 6: Apply organizational theory and organizational behavior theory to professional practice by examining organization structure, management, finance and budgeting, human resources, contracts, negotiation, and operations research in health care and public health settings.
    MPH‐HCOP‐MCH 1: Demonstrate leadership skills to address maternal and child health issues and problems. MPH‐HCOP‐MCH 2: Critique the effectiveness and outcomes of health care services, programs, and policy interventions in improving health, quality, and access to care. MPH‐HCOP‐MCH 3: Evaluate the historical and scientific basis for current MCH programs, policies, and practices for agencies and programs that serve women, children, children and youth with special health care needs, families, and other MCH populations. MPH‐HCOP‐MCH 4: Investigate the relationship between the individual, community, and systems‐level needs of the (women, children, children and youth with special health care needs, families), and other MCH populations, including agencies and organizations that serve these populations. MPH‐HCOP‐MCH 5: Synthesize core MCH concepts, theories, and knowledge into the understanding of public health programs, practice, and policies related to MCH populations (women, children, children and youth with special health care needs, families). MPH‐HCOP‐MCH 6: Generate a critique of state maternal and child health systems development as aligned to priority needs for women, infants, children, adolescents, and children and youth with special health care needs.
    MPH‐HCOP‐P 1: Appraise the main components and issues regarding organization, financing, and delivery of health services and public health systems in the U.S. MCH‐HCOP‐P 2: Critique the effectiveness and outcomes of health care services, programs, and policy interventions in improving health, quality, and access to care. MCH‐HCOP‐P 3: Apply analytical strategies for policy analysis around public health issues. MCH‐HCOP‐P 4: Evaluate technical policy analysis literature. MCH‐HCOP‐P 5: Examine the theoretical frameworks related to health politics and the processes of policy formulation, implementation, and change. MCH‐HCOP‐P 6: Critique the public health policy‐making process in the U.S. MCH‐HCOP‐P 7: Conduct econometric analysis of the effect of laws and regulations on health and health expenditures.