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Colorado School of Public Health
Maternal and Child Health
 

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Maternal and Child Health

Department of Community and Behavioral Health

The Colorado School of Public Health Master of Public Health program now offers a concentration study in maternal and child health (MCH) through the Department of Community and Behavioral Health. The new MCH program guides students in the study of determinants, mechanisms and systems associated with overall health for women, children and families. MCH covers a broad spectrum of study from reproductive health, (e.g., family planning, preconception care and perinatal health outcomes) throughout childhood and adolescence. Leveraging the strong faculty of the school’s research centers, the MCH program provides training and preparation for careers at global, federal, state and community level.

Admissions Information

MPH applicants

Apply through SOPHAS by January 15, 2014.

:: MPH Admissions Requirements

:: SOPHAS

  

Did you know?

Maternal and child health are among the eight most important global development issues 

The United Nations identified eight of the most pressing issues facing our global community - the Millennium Development Goals.  Nations around the world are now working together to reduce infant mortality and improve the health of mothers.  

Our Center for Global Health is committed to supporting this initiative. As a WHO designated Center for Promoting Family and Child Health, our center is working locally and in communities around the world to improve the education, health and lives of our families. Learn more.

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