- MPH Program
- MS Program
- Doctoral Program
The track in Sexuality and Health is an interdepartmental program between SMS and the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health (HDPFH). The program is designed for students with one to two years of experience in health promotion or a related field who are interested in strengthening their theoretical understanding and practical skills in the field of sexuality and health. It is also intended for those interested in working in the field of sexual health promotion through intervention, advocacy, and policy development.
Students in the SMS Sexuality and Health Track develop knowledge and skills to identify, analyze, and address health issues connected to sexuality within a global context. Graduates of the program master the knowledge and skills enabling them to design, implement, and evaluate policies, programs, and advocacy efforts to enhance sexual health.
*Note for Prospective Applicants: Beginning in the Fall 2012, the School is moving to a new Certificate program. MPH students in the 2-year Columbia MPH program will identify an area of focus from more than 20 offerings including: Global Health; History, Ethics, and Law; and Sexuality, Sexual, and Reproductive Health. Visit the Prospective Student/Columbia MPH site for more information.