- Course Schedules
- Department Faculty
- Master of Science in Occupational Health (MSOH)
- Master of Public Health (MPH)
- Certificate in Biostatistics and Epidemiology or Certificate in Epidemiology
- Certificate in Contempory Gerontological Practice
- Certificate in Occupational Health
- Certificate in Public Health & Emergency Response
- Certificate in Global Health
- MPH/MBA Dual Degree
- MPH/MD Dual Degree
- 3+2 BS/MPH Dual Degree
- Diversity at UT
- College of Medicine and Life Sciences
- Center for Successful Aging
- Public Health Student Organization (PHSO)
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Health Science Campus
Janis Brown, Assistant to the Chair
Fourth Floor/Room 4416
The mission of the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, an interdisciplinary component in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences at the University of Toledo, is to provide culturally inclusive world-class education, conduct research for discovery/engagement, and render service to improve the health of the community by emphasizing prevention, healthy lifestyles and a safe environment.
Master of Public Health
A Master of Public Health (MPH) degree is offered through the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health, a joint program of the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University. For information on the MPH program including a course schedule and admission requirements, click here.
The MPH degree is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). The first class was admitted for Fall 1997 and since that time, over 400 students have graduated from the program.
Master of Science in Occupational Health
The Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine also offers a Master of Science in Occupational Health (MSOH) degree and Certificate in Occupational Health (COH) program in Industrial Hygiene (IH). The MSOH - IH program is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology - Applied Science Accreditation Commission. (ABET ASAC), ABET Inc., Baltimore, MD, 21202. In addition, the program is recognized as a CDC/NIOSH Training Program and has received a grant as part of the Healthy People initiative.
Through this grant, a few scholarships are available to new students. For more information on these scholarships, click here. Since 1988, over 150 students have graduated from the MSOH degree - IH program and four have graduated from the COH - IH program.
The Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine offers certificate programs in five areas. Certificate programs are describe by clicking the links in the left menu bar. The Global Health Certificate program is offered by the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health. For more information about the Certificate in Global Health, click here.
Dual Degree Programs
Three degree programs are offered that combine with other majors and professions. Requirements for each dual degree vary. Click on the link in the left sidebar for more information on these popular programs.
Course schedules will be updated regularly as information becomes available.
Continuing Education Opportunities
"What You Need to Know About Seasonal Flu Vaccines!" Not sure whether to have a vaccine? See this informative video to help you decide.
Monthly Public Health Forum
The monthly Public Health Forum (formerly Public Health Grand Rounds), sponsored by UT Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health, will be held the second Thursday of the month. The PHF will be held in 1050 Collier Building, UT Health Science Campus at 4:00 PM. This fall, the following speakers will present:
What exactly is Sarin gas? What nightmare bacteria could kill you? What lasting effects do disasters have on older adults? Those topics and more are covered in video format.
Click on the link to PUBLIC HEALTH AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE IN ACTION, in the left menu to connect to topics in the news today and the relationship to public health issues.