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MSPH Capstone

The culminating experience of the MSPH program is the production of an MSPH capstone that provides a meaningful contribution to knowledge of the health of underserved populations. The capstone is not a thesis in that it need not contain original research findings for review by an academic committee. However, it should provide tangible evidence of expertise on a specific applied topic of international health relevance. The capstone must be reviewed and approved by two faculty readers.

Recent Capstone Titles

Prevalence of Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies in Bariatric Patients Following the 2013 Updated Supplementation Guidelines
 
Food and Nutrition: From Class to Clinic to Policy
 
Perspectives of Caregivers of SAM Children Toward Introduction of Point-of Use Water Treatment Devices in Dadu, Sindh, Pakistan
 
The Industrial Food Animal Production Supply Chain: Influences, Outcomes, and Implications for Public Health
 
Using the UNICEF framework as a nutritional landscaping tool: A case study in Rwanda