Are you looking for public health education that combines a theoretical and a hands-on approach? If you are, then you would benefit from a master of public health degree program.
This professional, course-based master’s degree will provide you with opportunities to gain strong practical and community leadership skills. You will have access to programs that will prepare you for a more structured and focused application of knowledge. You’ll also have ways to learn about public health through a variety of administrative contexts.
NOTE (on October 12, 2017): We are excited to announce that we recently completed a review of our MPH core competencies and curriculum with a goal of increasing the public health practice readiness of our MPH graduates. We anticipate implementing our new MPH integrated interdisciplinary core courses in fall 2018.
Effective fall 2018, these new core courses will be required for students admitted to any of the seven degree specializations. The total credits required for each specialization will not change. Some new core courses may require an immersion component.
Please check this page for updates.