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From the water we drink to the air we breathe, our most critical resources impact our very survival. That's why we have made a concerted effort to focus on public health — to improve and protect those in our communities and elsewhere. This focus on better health awareness and well-being is part of a comprehensive health care continuum.

Population increases combined with a more mobile global economy present interesting challenges for today’s health care professionals. From epidemiology and disease prevention to biostatistics and public health policy, our master's degree offers a multifaceted approach to training. We're preparing students to address the complexities of a growing global community.

You don’t have to look under a microscope to see the devastating impact of natural disasters or the widespread outbreak of viruses like Ebola and Zika. Together, we can help train the best and the brightest to ensure a safer, healthier world for all of us.





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3601 fourth street STOP 6238
Lubbock, TX 79430-6238

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