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Important Catalog Information

Due to the planned consolidation during the summer of 2020, of the University of South Florida, the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, and the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, into a single university with a fully aligned and integrated curriculum and a single set of academic policies and procedures, any undergraduate or graduate student who matriculates at one of the three USF institutions on or after May 18, 2020, will adhere to the curricula, policies, and procedures described in the 2020-21 USF undergraduate or graduate catalog, respectively.


Concentration: Epidemiology & Maternal & Child Health (Code: EMC)
Delivery: Traditional

The Maternal and Child Health-Epidemiology concentration is a professional degree intended for individuals who want to pursue public health research and practice focused on the outcomes, determinants and health policies and programs impacting the health and well-being of women, children and families. The knowledge and skills obtained through the concentration will enable graduates to characterize the health status of culturally diverse and underserved communities, critically evaluate research on determinants of health-related events, formulate strategies to evaluate the impact of health-related interventions and apply epidemiologic methods for health promotion/disease prevention activities.

Program of Study

If you have questions on your program, please contact your Academic Advisor.

If you are a current student, you may access your Degree Works planner (you may also access Degree Works from my.usf.edu or OASIS. You may view your current progress in Archivum at usf.appiancloud.com/. (See Archivum instructions.) 

If you are not a current student, or want to view program requirements from a different catalog year please use these sources: 

There may be circumstances in which a student may need to change their catalog year. This must be initiated through a discussion with your academic advisor. Details regarding USF policy on changing catalog year can be found at https://catalog.usf.edu/content.php?catoid=12&navoid=1375#students-major-degree-requirements


Graduate Advising

Please refer to the full list of graduate advisors available on the MPH Graduate Advising page.


Please send feedback on the MPH Guidebook.

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