Utilizing an experiential approach, the competency-based curriculum is built around three themes:
By the end of the program, graduates are expected to demonstrate competency in:
- Developing and maintaining a sustainable healthy environment;
- Supporting and empowering communities, families, and individuals;
- and Advocating for vulnerable populations.
- Assessing capacity, systems, services, needs and resources.
- Planning comprehensive, integrated interventions.
- Planning, implementing, maintaining, and evaluating community-based programs.
- Promoting collaborations between sectors, disciplines, countries, and regions.
- Advocating for social justice, equity, and equal access to health and other services that contribute to individual and community well-being.
- Contributing to operational and translational research.