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Master of Public Health

96%
first time pass rate on the Certified Public Health Exam
80%
of incoming class from historically under-represented groups
45%
are the first generation in their families to attend college

We believe health is a human right. If you do too, become a leader focused on reducing health inequities with a master’s degree in public health (MPH) from Touro University California.

Our Programs

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Master of Public Health Program (MPH)

Become a leader in health research, education and policymaking. In our independent MPH program, you'll choose from one of three tracks: Community Action and Health, Global Health, or Health Equity and Criminal Justice.

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Joint Physician Assistant/MPH Program

Graduates with an MSPAS/MPH degree are equipped to become superb clinicians with the analytical skills and public health foundational knowledge required to assess the health needs of a community, develop health education and other community-based disease prevention/health promotion programs.

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Dual DO/MPH Program

As a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, you'll care for patients with an eye on the bigger picture. Education and prevention are as vital to your approach as treating disease. We offer a public health dual-degree option for our DO students so you can bolster your community health knowledge and skills.

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This Is Public Health

Press Releases

Solano High School Students Visit TUC For Leadership…

Weeklong event aims to empower local youth with leadership skills

Press Releases

Rep. Thompson Announces Plan To Tackle \'Ghost Guns\'

Gun violence costs taxpayers $280B annually, Thompson says

Press Releases

California Mayors Highlight Public Health Homelessness…

Social Justice series tackles homelessness, poverty

Community

TUC Student, Faculty Work With Nonprofit To Improve…

Local group uses Touro experts to reduce infant mortality rate

MPH Events