CAAPHP Mission and Goals
The Consortium of African American Public Health Programs (CAAPHP) is an organization that strives to advocate for health equity and social justice through academic research and service to community. CAAPHP aims to advance public health and health education through promotion of public health programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The development of partnerships that encourage community service and academic research is an important objective of CAAPHP.
Long-term goals of CAAPHP include:
FAMU Institute of Public Health
Coordinating Site: Bethune - Cookman University
Most recently, Bethune-Cookman University has been the coordinating site for CAAPHP. BCU offers a Master of Public Health program comprised of 45-hour credits aimed at supplying students with extensive knowledge of the public health field as it relates to social justice, health equity and leadership.