Public Health School-Wide and Program Competencies

Competencies define what a successful learner should know and be able to do upon completion of a particular program or course of study. These statements describe in measurable terms the knowledge, skills and abilities a successful graduate will demonstrate at the conclusion of the program. The relationship between competencies and learning objectives (the incremental learning experiences at the course and experiential levels that lead to the development of the competencies) should be explicit and aligned with the program’s mission, goals and objectives.1

 

SOPH School-Wide Competencies

  1. Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) Core Competencies

Departmental Competencies

  1. Department of Biostatistics
  2. Department of Environmental Health
  3. Department of Epidemiology
  4. Department of Health Behavior
  5. Department of Health Care Organization and Policy

 

 

1 CEPH Accreditation Criteria Public Health Programs - http://ceph.org/assets/PHP-Criteria-2011.pdf