A program that focuses on the application of public health specializations, the social and behavioral sciences, and policy and communications methods to the study of health problems in low- and middle-income countries and regions, and prepares individuals to function as professional international health specialists. Includes instruction in health education and promotion, research design and evaluation, infectious disease epidemiology, international health policy and management, public nutrition and food security, information systems, program evaluation, medical anthropology, international communication, behavioral sciences, maternal and child health, demography and population policy, and health care finance and economics.
|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|1||University of Southern California||98||1%||$62,180|
|3||Johns Hopkins University||78||1%||$61,502|
|4||George Washington University||53||1%||$61,446|
|5||University of California-San Francisco||35||11%||N/A|
|6||University of Washington-Seattle Campus||30||0%||$27,034|
|10||Loma Linda University||18||2%||N/A|
|12||The University of Texas at Austin||13||0%||$26,156|
|13||George Mason University||12||0%||$25,335|
|14||University of Utah||11||0%||$21,920|
|16||Central Michigan University||5||0%||$22,004|
|17||University of Kentucky||5||0%||$23,732|
|18||Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis||4||0%||$21,680|
|20||University of Iowa||4||0%||$20,691|
|21||Catholic University of America||3||0%||$56,842|
|22||University of Toledo||2||0%||$24,109|
|23||Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix||1||0%||$25,521|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the International Public Health/International Health program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
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