Maternal and Child Health Degrees in Public Health
What is Maternal and Child Health?
What is maternal and child health in public health?
Why is maternal and child health important?
Bachelor’s in Maternal and Child Public Health Programs
Department of Public Health
Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Women with 17+ prior college credits or an associate degree: Complete your bachelor’s degree in a supportive women’s online public health BS program.
- Up to 96 transfer credits accepted, plus credit for life experience
- Degree programs are designed for working professionals and can be completed part time
Bachelor’s Degree Curriculum
Planning for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Maternal and Child Health
History of Public Health
Master’s in Maternal and Child Public Health Programs
Master’s Degrees Curriculum
Infant and Child Health
Intimate Partner Violence
Maternal and Child Health around the Globe
An MPH in maternal and child health may lead to a fulfilling career working for women, infants and children in public health. Maternal and child health professionals can create positive change for individuals, families and communities. These workers can help shape governmental policy that affects these populations around the world.
A master’s degree can also lead to career advancement. A 2019 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) found the median weekly earnings for those with a master’s degree were $249 more than for those with a bachelor’s degree, a difference of $12,948 per year.