What is the difference between the ScM in Global Public Health and an MPH with a Global Health concentration?

The Master of Science (ScM) in Global Public Health is a specialized degree with narrowly-tailored research objectives and includes an international fieldwork experience and thesis; the program is designed to prepare graduates for research roles or advanced degrees (e.g. PhD). The Master of Public Health (MPH) is a professional degree of practice that provides broad foundational public health competencies, a specialization in Global Health, an internship, and a thesis; graduate outcomes are diverse.