The PhD in Public Health specializing in Prevention Science at Kent State University prepares students for a career in public health research, which demands interdisciplinary skills to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing field. Doctoral students in the prevention science specialization will learn to design and evaluate public health interventions that focus on promoting healthy behaviors.
Faculty research in the prevention of violence, substance abuse and HIV/AID provides students the opportunity to work on externally funded prevention research.
Students who graduate with the PhD in Public Health with the interdisciplinary prevention science specialization are scholars and leaders in a variety of job settings, including:
If you want to pursue a career that will help you make a difference, the Kent State College of Public Health is a great place to get started.
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