Where are they now? The School of Public and Community Health Sciences recently conducted an alumni survey to learn more about where MPH graduates are now. Alumni also provided feedback about the effectiveness of the program in preparing them for a career in public health. Results of the survey will be used to improve the MPH program by identifying strengths and areas in need of development related to the program's ten core competencies. Report Results.
We'd love to know what you're doing! Alumni are encouraged to keep in touch with the School of Public and Community Health Sciences, to maintain old connections and develop new collaborations.
It's easy, simply enter your news or update your contact information using the "Share Your News" page. Once you submit your entry, an email with the information is sent directly to the Program Coordinator for entry.
You may also send news or updated contact informtion by email to email@example.com. We also welcome mail or telephone messages.
Being a MPH graduate from an accredited program is important. As part of the accreditation process by the Council on Education for Public Health, the University of Montana master of public health program is required to survey MPH alumni employers. Please remember to reply when you receive the request for employer information so we can continue to improve the MPH program and meet workforce needs in public health.