The Master in Community Oral Health is a hybrid online/on-campus program with a total 16 courses (30 units), specifically designed for the professional who wants to improve skills and gain expertise to ensure the best care for patients within their communities.
The curriculum is designed with a series of didactic courses where students will gain knowledge about health sciences and education, programs assessment, planning and administration, epidemiology, environmental and cultural issues, social and behavioral sciences. The student will select electives in one of two areas: vulnerable populations and community health care, or project administration.
The goal of this postdoctoral two-year master’s program is to give health care providers, educators and administrators and advanced didactic and evidence-based education in the field of community health.
Graduates can find careers in the below fields:
Faculty positions in public and community health academic programs with additional knowledge of current oral health issues
Specialized knowledge to provide the depth needed to promote and address the oral health crises, health care challenges, and current health disparity issues to promote improved community health
Health and oral education and instructional positions are available in schools and universities, non-profit organizations, medical centers, community health centers as well as local and state departments
Leadership and interpersonal skills for workplace advancement opportunities in federal, state, local, private, non-profit and non-governmental organizations
Diverse opportunities with advanced community and oral health knowledge as a public health clinician to address the needs of vulnerable populations in hospitals, universities, governmental agencies and private businesses
Private companies and governmental organizations seek those with knowledge on emerging importance for oral health in all communities
Analytical and problem-solving skills can assist research being conducted related to community and oral health at health institutes, local and national public health departments and private companies
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Experiential Learning Requirement
(90%) online learning and (10%) educational activities. There is a week-long on-site bootcamp in the summer of the student’s second and third year.