The Global Health MPH Thesis is an original, independent scholarly analysis of a practice-based or research-based project that aims to generate new knowledge of a public health problem with broad implications or to address a very specific public health problem in a distinct cultural setting.
Students work closely with a committee of faculty members who provide advice on the design, implementation, and write up of the thesis. Students spend on average 6-8 months on their thesis, generally in their second year in the program.
UW Libraries archives Global Health MPH theses. Please take a look here.
For a closer look at some of the Spring 2019 MPH Thesis Presentations, visit this page.