What is the MSN/MPH degree?
What kind of jobs can you get? I am having trouble finding out what the degree means and the job market for it.
The MSN/MPH is a dual degree. The MSN stands for Master’s of Science in Nursing. The MPH stands for Master’s of Public Health. The job market is wide open for any degree in the medical field. The Master’s of Science in Nursing allows you to teach nursing, practice, management, or any job in nursing. The MPH degree focuses on public health and involves jobs such as the public health department and epidemiology such as agencies like the Center’s for Disease Control (Atlanta, GA). Do an internet search on just Nursing employment and you will see all the opportunities available. Public health just happens to be one small part of health care. Good Luck!
What degrees would you need for these jobs (10 points!)?
front end development
content development / online copywriting
If this field is something you want to do, you should probably look at doing a business degree with a concentration in Information Systems. That will give you the IT knowledge with the business background that is relevant such as marketing. I’m qualified to do this job.
Before you enroll with this particular school you need to look at the reviews, pick a school that is accredited from a reputable source. Many schools you see on the internet are scams and since school is expensive you don’t want to come out and not be competitive in your field.
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