Our program prepares graduates to become boundary spanners between public health and their professional fields, emphasizing data and analytic skills. Graduates will be poised to address complex public health challenges on a local, national, and global scale.
Our Master of Public Health (MPH) Program offers two variants designed to meet student needs:
- Part-time (Evening): Designed to meet the needs of working professionals and health care practitioners. This evening program is also ideal for students completing other academic coursework during the day.
- Full-time (1-Year) Program: Designed to provide students with a comprehensive MPH experience in a 12 month span. Ideal for students seeking intensive study & practical experience before moving on to the next stage in their academic or professional careers.
Our program also offers opportunities for Non-Degree Special Students (NDSS) to enroll in courses without having to pursue a full MPH degree. Non-degree students are usually professionals from a variety of backgrounds looking for professional enrichment opportunities as well as researchers fulfilling the training component of their grant. NDSS students must apply for admission to the program, however they can apply/enroll for any term in the academic year. Full information is below.