Baylor's Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences has partnered with 2U to deliver a new online Master of Public Health (MPH) with a specialization in Community Health.
The program combines the concepts and professional competencies of both public health and community health and is designed to equip students to lead, administer, and promote public health in a wide variety of local or global health-related settings. The curriculum incorporates a strong practice-based approach and covers key topics including epidemiology, environmental health, biostatistics, health services administration, and behavioral science and health education. Students will apply the skills and concepts taught online in field practicum experiences in their communities as well as have the opportunity to attend immersions at the Baylor campus for in-person learning and networking with faculty, public health experts and classmates.
Congratulations Jacob Humber! Jacob, a Health, Human Performance and Recreation Senior, performed at DIA yesterday. He showcased his own music as well as playing several popular covers. The Colorado native earned this spot on the main stage at DIA by being the runner-up in Battle of the Bands. Following graduation, he will be recording this summer.
Jacob is a HSS Pre-PT major who just completed his internship at Elite Sports Medicine Physical Therapy under Dr. Eric Steinke during the fall 2017 semester.