Master of Public Health (MPH)
The Master of Public Health program is a 42-credit post-Baccalaureate program with four specialization options – Epidemiology, Healthcare Management, Nutrition and Population Health. The program accepts both full and part-time students and provides students with knowledge essential to the practice of public health on a global scale. Students develop a strong foundation in public health by studying biostatistics, environmental health issues, epidemiology, health policy and management and social and behavioral determinants of health, as well as study in specialization areas so that graduates gain the expertise necessary to address some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Graduates of the MPH program will:
All other materials required for a completed graduate application package as defined by the Graduate Admissions Office.