SPHHS- School of Public Health and Health Sciences
The University of Massachusetts School of Public Health and Health Sciences is the only accredited public School of Public Health in New England. The School of Public Health and Health Sciences addresses complex health issues by integrating traditional core areas of public health and health science disciplines.
The School fosters a unique environment in which transdisciplinary research collaborations can flourish. It features award-winning faculty, numerous opportunities for community-based student internships, and outreach programs and partnerships that promote health and the quality of life in diverse populations. The School has highly-rated fully-online Master’s Degree of Public Health (MPH) in Public Health Practice, as well as in Nutrition, and undergraduate and graduate degrees in Communication Disorders, Kinesiology, Nutrition and Public Health.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences has the ability to build upon the success of its expertise in education to deliver quality training and leadership development to the front-line health professionals in Western Massachusetts through the Public Health Training Center.