With a Master of Public Health, you may purse a career as a:

  • State Epidemiologist
  • Legislative Policy Advisor
  • Local Health Officer
  • Behavior Scientist
  • Federal Environmentalist
  • Health Educator
  • Journalist
  • Laboratory Director
  • Management Policy Advisor
  • Nutritionist
  • Public Health Lawyer
  • Research Epidemiologist
  • Tropical Disease Specialist

Some work environments where public health professionals find employment:

  • Colleges and universities
  • Community organizations
  • Consulting firms
  • Consumer advocacy organizations
  • Crisis centers
  • Federal, state, and local health agencies
  • Health services delivery organizations
  • Insurance Companies
  • International organizations
  • Public and private secondary schools
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Relief agencies
  • State legislative committees
  • Substance abuse centers and agencies
  • Voluntary health agencies