A program that focuses on the application of public health specializations, public policy studies, and the social and behavioral sciences to issues of health affecting women, children, and families; and prepares individuals to function as maternal and child health specialists. Includes instruction in research design and testing, program evaluation, public policy analysis, public finance, economics of health care, community health, family development and dynamics, women's studies, social psychology, fetal and child development, biostatistics, health education and promotion, nutrition, neonatal development, psychology, and social services delivery.
|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|2||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||44||1%||$24,024|
|3||Johns Hopkins University||23||0%||$61,502|
|4||Tulane University of Louisiana||12||0%||$61,178|
|5||Union Institute & University||10||2%||$12,904|
|6||Bank Street College of Education||9||3%||N/A|
|7||University of Kentucky||8||0%||$23,732|
|8||University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences||5||1%||N/A|
|9||Loma Linda University||5||1%||N/A|
|11||University of Arizona||2||0%||$25,179|
|12||University of Toledo||1||0%||$24,109|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the Maternal and Child Health program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.