MSN in Population vs. Public Health?

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Hi all!

I'm from California and I'm thinking about getting my MSN soon. I'm aiming for an emphasis in Public Health but I did see MSN programs with Population Health as the specialty instead of public health (ex. Chamberlain's). Is there any difference to these specialties? Would either of them be useful in the public health community regardless? 

Would love to know your thoughts! If anyone has done their MSN in Public Health or Population Health, I'd love to chat and get some insight! TIA ?

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