Get Certified with the CPH Credential
The Certified in Public Health (CPH) exam is administered by the National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE). Since 2008, more than 6,500 individuals have passed the CPH exam. The CPH designation demonstrates that an individual has mastered foundational competencies in public health. CPH professionals raise the bar and enhance the public health profession through their exemplary academic and leadership skills.
CPH Exam Eligibility
CPH Exam Content
The Certified in Public Health (CPH) exam covers the areas of knowledge relevant to contemporary public health and general principles. The examination was crafted to assess a person’s knowledge of these competencies, regardless of his or her area of expertise.
Evidence-Based Approaches to Public Health (10%), Communication (10%), Leadership (10%), Law and Ethics (10%), Public Health Biology and Human Disease Risk (10%), Collaboration and Partnership (10%), Program Planning and Evaluation (10%), Program Management (10%), Policy in Public Health (10%), Health Equity and Social Justice (10%)
For more information, visit NBPHE.org/aphn