Through the field practicum, students will:
Integrate, synthesize and apply public health knowledge and skills (i.e. competencies) acquired in MPH courses to a real-world context that is relevant to public health.
• Enhance and develop skills needed to function in a professional setting relevant to public health, including:
- Identifying, analyzing and solving problems.
- Working collaboratively as part of an interdisciplinary team.
- Communicating orally and in writing.
- Understanding the mission, structure and functioning of the
organization and the contextual influences on its work.
• Contribute to addressing substantive contemporary problems or issues facing organizations.
• Engage in professional self‐assessment and critical reflection.
• Explore areas of concentration of particular interest.