Are you considering applying to a graduate program in Public Health?
Have your eye on the MPH?
This webinar will provide an overview of graduate programs in Public Health, including:
- Master of Public Health (MPH)
- Master of Arts and Masters of Science (M.A. and M.S.)
You will also receive information on the application process, timelines, requirements, and the importance of selecting an Area of Concentration
Jeff Oxendine, Founder of MyHCN and Dean for Public Health Practice at UC Berkeley School of Public Health
Alivia Shorter, MPH in Health & Social Behavior from UC Berkeley School of Public Health
With nearly three decades of experience in healthcare, public health, academia, and non-profits, MyHCN founder Jeff Oxendine, MBA, MPH is passionate and dedicated to assisting individuals to discover their authentic health career path and be able to achieve it. He has been successfully doing this for more than 25 years and has launched MyHCN to reach more people and have a greater impact. In addition to his commitment to supporting individuals, Mr. Oxendine is also a leader in working with health employer and graduate health professions schools to meet our country's health workforce and diversity needs
Alivia earned her B.A. in Human Biology and M.A. in Sociology from Stanford with a concentration in Racial Inequality & Social Stratification.
She recently completed the MPH program at UC Berkeley in Health & Social Behavior. Her interests include prevention-based policies for population health with an emphasis on community-driven advocacy. She served as a coordinator for Graduate Recruitment & Diversity Services where she provided advising on graduate school applications and pursing graduate programs in Public Health.