Online Master of Public Health

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Backed by cutting-edge research, meeting today’s needs.

Earn your MPH online at a university world-renowned for its accomplished faculty and research expertise. Whether you are moving into the field or expanding your knowledge, the program provides the science-based knowledge you’ll need to devise and implement solutions to public health challenges.

Promote Family and Community Health

As the definition of “family” evolves, so do their health needs. The Family and Community Health concentration of the online MPH addresses these needs as well as health disparities through a lens that includes social, legal, biological, cultural and political factors. You’ll learn to identify and evaluate public health in this context to better serve families and communities.

Accreditation & Ranking

This online Master of Public Health is accredited by the Council of Education for Public Health (CEPH), the nationally recognized accrediting body for both schools of public health and public health programs.

#9 Public University
in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education 2021

Combine Science and Practice

The online MPH curriculum covers topics vital for public health professionals, including:

  • Epidemiology
  • Biostatistics
  • Health system administration and management
  • Environmental health sciences
  • Behavioral and social sciences

In addition, the program requires students to complete a practicum—a 200-hour work experience that can be tailored to each student’s particular area of interest, and may be completed while still working. This practicum provides an opportunity to apply what you have learned in the real world and can serve as a foundation for future career goals.

The online MPH can be completed in a little over two years.

Fill a Growing Need for Public Health Professionals

The Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) estimates that the nation will face a shortage of over 250,000 public health workers by 2020.1 Graduates will be prepared to fill positions domestically and internationally, ranging from jobs in local health departments, government agencies and in the private sector as well.

Complete the form to take the first step toward a fulfilling career making sure all communities have their health needs met.

Sources

  1. “Wanted: A Workforce to End Health Disparities,” https://blogs.cdc.gov/healthequity/2012/11/07/wanted-a-workforce-to-end-health-disparities/
  1. “Wanted: A Workforce to End Health Disparities,” https://blogs.cdc.gov/healthequity/2012/11/07/wanted-a-workforce-to-end-health-disparities/