Master of Public Health (MPH)

Address current and emerging public health challenges by obtaining the knowledge and skills you need to create change in our world.

From improving the air we breathe and the water we drink, to understanding and preventing disease, to evaluating current health programs and policies and promoting new ones—there is no shortage of complex public health challenges in today’s ever-changing world.

Career Opportunities

Our Master of Public Health (MPH) program prepares you to address public health issues with a comprehensive understanding of knowledge and skills needed to create real change.

You will be prepared to work in a variety of fields including:

  • Local, state, national or international health agencies
  • Health care delivery systems such as hospitals and provider networks
  • Health maintenance and managed care organizations
  • Pharmaceutical and other medical companies
  • Private industry
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Public health advocacy and other community-based organizations
  • Private research and consulting firms
  • Academia

Complete between 44 and 49 credits. Up to 9 credits may be transferred from previous coursework and up to 6 credits may be waived. A minimum of 43 credits must be completed, regardless of waivers or substitutions.

Students can complete the MPH in four semesters full-time, or up to eight semesters part-time. 

Select From Six Concentrations

Combined Degree Programs

Earn two degrees in less time and fewer credits than it takes to earn each degree individually. We offer combined programs for the MPH with other degrees including BS, DPT, JD, MBA, MSW, MD and PharmD.