IPCR Careers: Humanitarian Relief and International Public Health

IPCR CareersAs concerns continue to grow regarding critical challenges such as world population, AIDS/HIV infection, hunger, the increasing cost of health care here in the United States, homelessness and weaponized biological agents, public health issues continue to gain prominence in the field of peace and conflict resolution. IPCR students have the option to combine their studies through a dual degree in Public Health to focus on the resource, human rights, human security, and social justice aspects of world public health issues. Students who pursue this unique and challenging track are preparing themselves to advance into careers with the Department of Health and Human Services, the CDC, the FAO, UNDP and WHO, as well as domestic public interest groups, health advocates, pharmaceutical companies, metropolitan hospital administrations, and public policy experts around the world.

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