The Public Health Internship (HLTH 785) is a 3 credit cap-stone requirement that provides Department of Behavioral and Community Health MPH students with the opportunity to apply their coursework, and gain hands on experience in a professional community/public health setting. Students are required to investigate internship opportunities, and secure an internship during the semester prior to enrollment in HLTH 785. Please click here to access the DBCH’s database of approved internship sites, which is only available to students in the department. Students are also encouraged to request approval of new sites that are not included in the database.
For more detailed information related to the internship semester, please review the Department of Behavioral and Community Health MPH Internship Manual. An orientation to the internship and related requirements is provided the semester before you intend on doing the internship. If you have immediate questions about HLTH785 and your internship search, please contact Professor Anderson-Sawyer (pictured below), Internship Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.