With 6 different universities offering a public health degree and over 65+ different public health programs available at a campus location, there are quite a few options for Ohio residents.
In our database, the most prevalent program is the MPH (Master's of Public Health), which is common throughout the rest of the states within the United States.
The public university - Ohio State University in Columbus, OH - has the largest quantity of public health degree options and concentrations in Ohio. The Ohio State University has public health degrees at all levels, with a couple different concentrations for their Bachelor's of Public Health degree, many different options for the Master's of Public Health, and several options for the Doctorate in Public Health.
Wright State University does offer several MPH programs that have a hybrid learning format, meaning there is a combination of in-person classes required on the university's campus in Dayton, but that other classes are to be taken in an online learning format. The WSU MPH program was built to be flexible for professionals that are within a career already and traditional students. Students must complete a minimum of 42 semester hours for completion, and the core curriculum is required to be taken on campus while the majority of the other classes are to be taken on the web.