As a part of the MPH and MSPH degree requirements, all students must complete a Culminating Experience in addition to their coursework. Distance learning MPH students have two options for satisfying the requirements for the Culminating Experience. These include writing a Public Health Analysis Manuscript or passing a proctored Master's Comprehensive Examination. Distance learning MSPH students can only satisfy the Culminating Experience requirement by writing the Public Health Analysis Manuscript while working in conjunction with Dr. Roy Rando.
Culminating Experience Explained (video)
Public Health Analysis Manuscript
The written project is designed to promote the synthesis and integration of knowledge acquired through course work and other learning experiences. The objective is to apply theory and principle in a project that approximates some aspect of professional practice. Students frequently select a topic that is related to their job. While the results from the project may be used within the job, the project should be designed to fulfill the objectives of the Culminating Experience Public Health Analysis Manuscript. For more details please review the Culminating Experience Handbook on the Students' Policies, Guidelines, and Forms page.
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