The Master of Public Health prepares students as practitioners of public health and
as leaders in public and private sector agencies and organizations. Graduates are
well-prepared to succeed in positions as
public health professionals in local community organizations, hospitals, health management organizations, government agencies, the military, academia, and the private sector. Instructional faculty are leading teachers and researchers in the field of public health as well as local practitioners in specialized fields comprising each of the option areas. The program’s rich and diverse curriculum provides students with the concrete tools they need to operate competently in the field after they graduate.
The 42-unit MPH is designed to be flexible to meet the needs of every student. The program admits two times a year, Fall and Spring, keeping class sizes small and promoting greater personal attention. Hybrid format with courses that start every 8 weeks and are conducted two evenings a week.
The MPH Program is committed to the following specific goals for all students:
In accordance with the standards developed by the Council on Linkages between Academia and Public Health Practice and the recommendations of the Association of Schools of Public Health, students will develop skills in eight major areas:
Scholarships will be awarded to students in the Master of Public Health program who demonstrate a commitment to upholding principles of diversity, equity and inclusion, and who are committed to addressing health disparities through service and research. Preference will be given to students who work as first responders or front-line public health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How to Apply: Coming soon. *Application information will be available by summer 2021 (for Fall 2021).
MPH Students & Alumni at the "Resilience" film screening