Bioscience

ASU offers first Master of Public Health program

May 4, 2009

By Flinn Foundation

[Source: ASU News] – Because of the recession, more people are struggling with issues of homelessness and the need to access affordable health care, as well as mental health problems brought on by stress.

The Arizona Board of Regents has approved a plan for ASU to offer a new public health program to help address these timely issues. Pending approval from the University Senate, ASU will become the nation’s first public university to offer a master’s degree program in public health, focusing specifically on urban health.

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