During the final semester of study in the program, all MPH students are required to complete a Culminating Experience. The Case Analysis Comprehensive Exam (CACE) is a written exam centered on analysis of transdisciplinary public health cases selected by a faculty committee. The Culminating Experience CACE Exam is a 1-credit hour course in which students will complete this exam. The exam will be offered on one day only each semester. This exam will determine: (1) the student's mastery of the program competencies in public health core areas and transdisciplinary problem solving; (2) integration and synthesis of knowledge across public health disciplines; (3) ability to apply public health knowledge in real-world problem solving; and (4) mastery of specialization-specific competencies that vary based on each student's area of specialized study. Students will receive the case and all supporting materials in advance of the exam. The exam is Pass/Fail, and a passing grade is required to complete the MPH program. This course is the second of two courses in the Culminating Experience sequence. Students should enroll in S55-5905 and S55-5906 concurrently.