Karyn Heavner, Ph.D.
Office: Sylvia Trottier Hall
The Master of Public Health (MPH) Program at Rivier University offers an individualized and interprofessional experience that focuses on the competencies professionals need to improve the health of communities and individuals within populations. The curriculum provides graduate professional education in qualitative/quantitative research; health policy; ethics; epidemiology; quality health care improvement, global health, behavioral health and health promotion, health care administration, health care finance; genomics and informatics, and community engagement strategies. Rivier University’s online low residency MPH program will allow for students to achieve high-level competencies in public health in an intense and accelerated learning environment. Potential candidates must show evidence of successful completion of a Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited school.
Degree Requirements (42 credits)
Undergraduate statistics (or evidence of completion)