I have an MPH in Community Health & Prevention. You can get an MPH in a variety of disciplines, including environmental health, epidemiology/biostats, health policy, and community health. Public health professionals are focused on improving population health primarily through disease prevention programs, policymaking, and disease surveillance. You can work in a variety of settings, including health departments, hospitals, universities, research centers, and federal government agencies (HRSA, CDC, NIH). I work on the Chronic Disease Prevention unit at a local health department. I find my job very rewarding, but I'm looking to expand my career in health by going into nursing. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.