CEPH reaccreditation 2010

In July 2010, our School leaders received notice of reaccreditation by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) for seven years, the maximum period of renewal. The Council on Education for Public Health, established in 1974 by the American Public Health Association (APHA) and the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH)–now the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH)–is an independent agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to accredit schools of public health and public health programs. The Council aims to enhance health in human populations through organized community effort by assuring professional personnel who are able to identify, prevent and solve community health problems. At the time of our reaccreditation, there were 44 fully accredited public health schools in the U.S.

If you would like an electronic copy (PDF) emailed to you, please contact Angelica Figueroa at a.fig@unc.edu.

Entire Self-Study Report without appendices (PDF, 4.5 MG)

Self-Study Report, appendices (PDF, 1.5 MG)

Criterion 1: The School of Public Health

Criterion 1.1 Mission (PDF)

Criterion 1.2 Evaluation and Planning (PDF)

Criterion 1.3 Institutional Environment (PDF)

Criterion 1.4 Organization and Administration (PDF)

Criterion 1.5 Governance (PDF)

Criterion 1.6 Resources (PDF)

Criterion 2: Instructional Programs

Criterion 2.1 Master of Public Health Degree (PDF)

Criterion 2.2 Program Length (PDF)

Criterion 2.3 Public Health Core Knowledge (PDF)

Criterion 2.4 Practical Skills (PDF)

Criterion 2.5 Culminating Experience (PDF)

Criterion 2.6 Required Competencies (PDF)

Criterion 2.7 Assessment Procedures (PDF)

Criterion 2.8 Other Professional Degrees (PDF)

Criterion 2.9 Academic Degrees (PDF)

Criterion 2.10 Doctoral Degrees (PDF)

Criterion 2.11 Joint Degrees (PDF)

Criterion 2.12 Distance Education or Executive Degree Programs (PDF)

Criterion 3: Creation, Application and Advancement of knowledge

Criterion 3.1 Research (PDF)

Criterion 3.2 Service (PDF)

Criterion 3.3 Workforce Development (PDF)

Criterion 4: Faculty, Staff and Students

Criterion 4.1 Faculty Qualifications (PDF)

Criterion 4.2 Faculty Policies and Procedures (PDF)

Criterion 4.3 Faculty and Staff Diversity (PDF)

Criterion 4.4 Student Recruitment and Admissions (PDF)

Criterion 4.5 Student Diversity (PDF)

Criterion 4.6 Advising and Career Counseling (PDF)