Masters in Public Health Programs (MPH)

There are multiple options for students interested in gaining a masters degree within the public health field, the most common being a Masters in Public Health (MPH). A Masters in Public Health is an option for those interested in health and health care on a broader scale than provider-to-patient care.  It can be quite rewarding as a career and requires problem solving and ingenuity. It pairs well with other degree options and can stand on its own.

This article will help prospective students learn more about the MPH degree, MPH programs, and admission requirements. By the end of the article, MPH prospects should be able to determine if a Masters in Public Health program is the right choice for them.

What is an MPH Degree?

An MPH degree is a graduate-level degree that prepares individuals to work with specific populations and communities to improve their health through awareness, education, policy, and research. A Masters in Public Health program will provide students with a more advanced understanding of the 5 core disciplines of public health (biostatistics, epidemiology, environmental health, health policy & administration, and social & behavioral sciences) and the potential for advanced knowledge in a given specialization. 

This graduate degree reviews then builds upon the foundational elements of public health while allowing students to also focus on a specific public health concentration. Students will then take the knowledge, skills, and tools they have learned during the first portion of their mph program and apply them to the second half, usually through conducting original research and practicum experience. The advanced degree is unlike many bachelor’s degrees in the field because it allows students to grow into a specific area of public health then become hands-on, either through research or providing education, in creating a true impact on a community while discovering which roles are best suited for them.

The MPH degree is also unique due to the expected career growth in the healthcare field that is to happen over the next couple of years. Due to the increased need for public health professionals, many universities are now offering hybrid and online MPH programs, where students can learn from the comfort of their home and still receive in-field experience through internships and capstone projects.

Consider a sponsored online master’s in public health program, currently accepting applicants:

Sponsored

The online Master of Public Health (MPH) program from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University (MPH@GW) prepares public health professionals to make a difference in communities around the world, helping students succeed in advancing the health of populations locally and globally.

Complete your MPH in 12 months. GRE not required.

CEPH Accredited

UNC’s Gillings School of Global Public Health, the No. 1-ranked Public School of Public Health, offers an online Master of Public Health program, MPH@UNC. Earn your master’s degree in as few as 24 months. Part-time and full-time program options are available. GRE Waivers available.

The CEPH-accredited online MPH program from Tufts University School of Medicine empowers students to advance health equity through data and statistical analysis. No GRE required; complete in as few as 20 months full-time.

The Master of Public Health (MPH) online program from Baylor University, MPH@Baylor, offers a specialization in Community Health. Improve quality of life in Texas communities and around the world. The program can be completed in as few as 18 months. No GRE required.

MPH @ Simmons, the online Master of Public Health program from Simmons University, prepares students to become public health practitioners and address health inequity at a local, national, and global level. The program can be completed in 21 months. No GRE required to apply.

Curriculum

The Masters in Public Health curriculum will vary across schools, concentrations, and the amount of time a student chooses to complete their degree. According to the ASPPH, MPH curriculum requires at least 42 credit hours, and should be similar across most programs to ensure consistency in academics across multiple institutions. However, the credits needed for an MPH degree range from 42-80 credits depending on the MPH program. 

Using a standard two year MPH degree as an example, the common curriculum structure is as follows: A student will complete the required foundational courses often in the first year. These courses teach and build upon the principles of epidemiology, biostatistics, health policy and/or management, environmental health, and social and behavioral sciences, which are the public health core competencies. These courses will equip students with the skills needed for community assessments, conducting research, and grant writing. Additionally, these courses will help students gain an understanding of how behavior and environmental factors affect health and health policies. After completion of these core courses an individual will continue to take elective courses and focus on courses in their concentration. Depending on the program, some elective and specialization courses can be taken alongside core courses. 

Once the required courses are completed, MPH candidates will take the skills learned and directly apply them to real world experiences through capstone projects and internships. For most programs, capstone projects and internships are required for graduation and occur during the final semesters of the MPH program. More information about capstones and internships can be found lower on this page under the “Requirements for Masters in Public Health” section.

Below you will find descriptions of a few required, core courses:

  • Foundations of Epidemiology – This course seeks to provide definitions, examples, and explanations into the reasoning and biology behind various illnesses and diseases. Students in this course have the opportunity to investigate case studies and draw their own conclusions about how illness and disease are maintained and spread throughout communities.
  • Health Policy and Management – Proper management techniques and policy analysis may be taught to students taking this class. Ethics, diversity, and personnel management may also be a large portion of focus. Health policy and management seek to instruct students on how to manage a public health-related team in terms of proper business practices and organizational concerns.
  • Program Planning and Research – This course introduces students to various research methods that are applicable to the community health discipline. Finding applicable research subjects, designing a research plan, and analyzing results are a large portion of what is included in this process. Public-health programs are focused on throughout this course.

Concentrations

Masters in Public Health programs typically offer students the opportunity to choose a field of specialization within public health. The most common concentrations/tracks are the  five core disciplines in public health: Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Health Policy and Administration, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. However, other common public health concentrations include Community Health and Health Promotion, Maternal and Child Health, and Nutrition. 

Not all of the disciplines may be offered in every school or program, and some programs offer more nuanced or specialized concentrations to choose from, so it is wise to conduct research on what the school offers before applying to determine which discipline an individual might be interested in. In each of these concentrations an individual will take core courses to gain a solid base of public health knowledge and then continue to take specialized courses in their chosen track.

To learn more about different public health concentrations or determine which MPH concentration is best for you, visit our Specializations page.

Program Length

Most MPH Programs are designed to be completed in the standard two-year window when the student attends full-time. However, this may not always be the case. There are Masters in Public Health programs that can be completed in as little as one year, usually labeled as “12-month” or “Accelerated;” for these accelerated tracks it is usually recommended or even required that students do not work while in the program. View Accelerated Online MPH Programs.

If students would like to work while attending classes, there are also programs that allow students to complete their MPH degree part-time. The length of time to complete the MPH degree while working & going to school part-time will vary depending on the program, university, and the number of credits the student can take per semester. Most students who earn their degree while working will receive their diploma between 2-4 years.

Additionally, some mph programs will offer extended or shortened time-frames for individuals to complete their degree. 

CEPH Accredited MPH Programs

The Institute of Medicine arguably put some pressure on United States’ universities to add accredited public health and MPH programs, saying that the public health workforce must have appropriate education and training to perform its role in its report titled The Future of the Public’s Health in the 21st Century

Some MPH programs are accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). CEPH is an independent agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education that sets standards and requirements for public health education. While it is currently not a requirement for a public health program to be CEPH accredited in the U.S., some employment opportunities may only be available to individuals who graduate from a CEPH accredited program. Additionally, the National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE) offers a national credentialing exam only to these CEPH accredited program graduates.

MSPH vs MPH – What are the differences?

While researching graduate degrees in public health, prospective students may come across programs that offer a Masters of Science in Public Health (MSPH) rather than a Masters in Public Health (MPH) and be confused about the difference between the two degrees.

The Masters of Science in Public Health differs from a Masters of Public Health in multiple ways. An MSPH is an academic research degree that prepares students for an advanced degree, such as a doctorate; whereas an MPH is a professional degree that is geared toward practitioners. Depending on the school and/or program, the MSPH degree may be an alternative for students who want to focus on a specific field of public health or who lack two years of health-related work experience. However, either way the degree is marketed, many MSPH programs touch on the core disciplines of an MPH degree, but with an additional emphasis on research methods, epidemiology, and biostatistics.

If you are interested in pursuing a MSPH or a more research-based degree within public health, visit our Research-based Programs page.

Requirements for Masters in Public Health

Application/Admissions Requirements

MPH admission requirements generally include a bachelor’s degree, standardized test scores (GRE, MCAT, LSAT, etc.), letters of recommendation, a resume or CV and a personal statement. Depending on the school and/or program, it may be required that prospective students have a designated amount of time working in a professional, health-related work environment. MPH application requirements may also depend on the concentration chosen.

Each school will have a slightly different set of requirements for admissions, such as MPH programs without GRE requirements, so it is important to work with an admissions advisor to ensure your application meets all the appropriate requirements. 

Capstone and Practicum Experience to Complete an MPH Degree

Two other requirements that MPH students will in general need to complete for their degree are a capstone and practicum. These two experiences will prepare students for entering into the public health workforce through hands-on experiences and real-life examples. 

The capstone project or seminar is a culminating experience consisting of a paper with an oral presentation. The thought behind the capstone project is to have a student utilize all they have learned through their degree and apply it in one, organized method to show their level of compression and application. This tends to be in the form of original research.

 The second requirement is a Practicum Experience which provides the students with a field-based experience in which to apply their freshly learned skills and knowledge. This practicum experience must be in the scope of the concentration the student has chosen and often needs to be found by the student. 

Choose the Right Masters In Public Health Program

With over 1350 CEPH-accredited Masters in Public Health programs, prospective students may find it difficult to choose which MPH program is right for them. There are a few things to consider when determining which programs to apply to: 1) Would you like to combine the MPH with another masters degree that compliments your public health career goals, 2) Would you like to take classes online or in-person, and 3) What field or work environment would you like to pursue a public health career in?

MPH Dual Degrees

A Masters in Public Health is a degree that can stand alone or pair nicely with other graduate degrees. Dual degree programs provide an avenue for students to concurrently enroll in two degree programs so that duplication in course content is minimized, academic interaction is more efficient, and the time and costs incurred are reduced compared to earning the degrees independently.

If multiple fields of study interest you, you may want to consider exploring different MPH dual degree options, such as MPH-MD or MPH-MBA. 

Online or On Campus Programs

Due to the increased need for public health professionals, more universities are now launching MPH programs and extending the opportunity for students to gain their MPH degree online. Depending on one’s personality, work ethic, and schedule, enrolling in an online MPH program may be the best option.

The classroom experience is the greatest differentiating factor between an online degree and an in-person one. Many people assume that an online degree is an impersonal approach to education, featuring less interaction with peers and professors but this is not always the case. In many ways, a comprehensive online experience can feel a lot like a traditional one. With some basic access to technology and the know-how to use it, anyone can become a successful online student. Some example elements of an online education experience are virtual live classes using a webcam, a learning management system for discussions and assignment access, interactive course content designed by university faculty, and access to tech support to assist you.

MPH Career Options

When choosing a degree, students should take the time to consider which career paths and work environments they are interested in. Professionals holding Masters degrees in Public Health typically work in governmental public health agencies, community-based service organizations, academic and research institutions, private organizations, hospitals, health insurance companies, and medical groups. Due to the various types of work environments, salaries and  job roles significantly vary, such as conducting health assessments to developing health policies. Some common career options include occupational and environmental health specialists, epidemiologists, biostatisticians, health program administrators and educators, health economists, planners, and policy analysts. 

Visit our Public Health Career Guide for more information regarding the different career opportunities for those with their MPH.

Explore Masters in Public Health Programs (MPH)

We provide school listings of both on-campus and online public health programs. An online MPH could be a fit for an individual who desires to work while in school or their public health program of choice would require the individual to move. 

Consider a featured master’s in public health program, currently accepting applicants:

Consider A Sponsored Online Public Health Program

School and Program Information Online Program? GRE Requirements Time for Completion
Tufts University
Online MPH, Online MHI
CEPH Accredited
No GRE Required
Online GRE Waivers Available As few as 20 months
George Washington University
Online MPH, Online MHA
CEPH Accredited
Online GRE not required As little as 12 months
University of North Carolina
Online MPH
The University of North Carolina’s Gillings School of Global Public Health is an Accredited School of Public Health under the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
Online GRE Waivers available As few as 20 months
Baylor University
The service-oriented Master of Public Health online program from Baylor University is now accepting applications.
Online No GRE Required As few as 12 months
Simmons University
Develop the methodological, leadership, and advocacy skills needed to address health inequity during our 21-month program.
Online No GRE Required As little as 2 years

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Augusta University

Augusta, GA · Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health Informatics, Health Management, Environmental Health, Social & Behavioural Sciences

Arcadia University

Glenside, PA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health

Baylor University

Waco, TX · Traditional and Online Format.

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Education

Benedictine University

Lisle, IL · Traditional and Online Format.

Concentration(s) Available: General Public Health

Boston University

Boston, MA · Traditional and Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Environmental Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Global Health Program, Design Monitoring and Evaluation, Health Communication and Promotion, Health Policy and Law, Healthcare Management, Program Management, Chronic and Non-Communicable Diseases, Human Rights and Social Justice, Infectious Disease, Maternal and Child Health, Mental Health and Substance use, Pharmaceutical Development, Delivery and Access, Sex, Sexuality and Gender

Brigham Young University

Provo,UT · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Global Health

Brown University

Providence, RI · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist, Applied Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Environmental Health, Global Health

California State University – Fresno

Fresno, CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health, Environmental/Occupational Health and Safety, Health Administration

California State University – Fullerton

Fullerton,CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Environmental/Occupational Health & Safety Science, Gerontological Health, Health Promotion & Disease Prevention

California State University- Long Beach

Long Beach, CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Education

California State University-Northridge

Northridge,CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Education, Applied Epidemiology

Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, OH · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Population Health Research, Global Health, Health Policy & Management, Health Promotion & Disease Prevention, Health Informatics

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science

Los Angeles, CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Urban Health Disparities

Claremont Graduate University

Claremont, CA · Traditional Format.

Concentration(s) Available: Applied Biostatistics & Epidemiology, Health Promotion Education & Evaluation, Leadership & Management

Colorado State University

Aurora, CO · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Animals, People & the Environment, Epidemiology​, Global Health & Health Disparities, Health Communication​, Physical Activity & Healthy Lifestyles, Public Health Nutrition

Columbia University

New York, NY · Traditional and Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Applied Biostatistics, Advanced Epidemiology, Child, Youth, and Family Health, Climate and Health,Comparative Effectiveness Outcomes Research, Environmental Health Policy,Epidemiology of Chronic Disease, Global Health,Health Communication,Health and Human Rights, Health of an Aging Society,Health Policy Analysis,Health Policy and Practice,Health Promotion Research and Practice, History, Ethics, and Law, Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Injury and Violence Prevention,Molecular Epidemiology,Public Health and Humanitarian Action,Public Health Research Methods, Sexuality, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Social Determinants of Health,Toxicology

Cleveland State University

Cleveland,OH · Traditional and Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: General Public Health

CUNY School of Public Health

New York, NY · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Health Policy and Management, Public Health Nutrition

Dartmouth – Geisel School of Medicine

Lebanon, NH · Traditional Online and Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Public Health

DePaul University

Chicago, IL · Traditional Format.

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Practice, Social Epidemiology

Des Moines University

Des Moines, IA · Traditional, Online, and Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health Administration and Policy, Health Practice, Health Education and Promotion

Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA · Traditional, Non-Traditional, & Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Community Health & Prevention, Environmental & Occupational Health, Executive, Health Management & Policy

East Carolina University

Greenville, NC · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Analysis & Management, Health Behavior

East Stroudsburg University

East Stroudsburg, PA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: General Public Health

East Tennessee State University

Johnson City, TN · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics & Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Health Sciences, Health Services Management & Policy, Community & Behavioral Health

Eastern Kentucky University

Richmond, KY · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Education, Environmental Health Science, Industrial Hygiene

Eastern Virginia Medical School – Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA · Traditional & Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology, Health Management & Policy, Health Promotion

Emory University

Atlanta,GA · Traditional, Online, & Non-Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Biostatistics, Environmental Health, Global Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Global Epidemiology, Health Policy, Health Care Management, Global Health

Florida A&M University

Tallahassee,FL · Traditional & Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Behavioral Science and Health Education, Health Policy and Management, Environmental and Occupational Health

Florida International University

Miami, FL · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy & Management, Health Promotion & Disease Prevention, Generalist

Florida State University

Tallahassee, FL · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

George Mason University

Fairfax, Virginia · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Promotion, Epidemiology, Food Security and Nutrition, Global Health, Health Policy, Public Health Communication

George Washington University

Washington, DC · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Community-Oriented Primary Care, Environmental & Occupational Health, Epidemiology, Global Environmental Health, Global Health Policy, Global Health Program Design, Monitoring & Evaluation, Health Policy, Health Promotion, Humanitarian Health, Maternal and Child Health, Physical Activity, Public Health Communication and Marketing, Public Health Nutrition, Healthcare Administration

Georgia Southern University

Savannah, GA · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Applied Public Health, Biostatistics, Community Health, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy & Management

Georgia State University

Atlanta, GA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Environmental Health, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Health Management & Policy, Health Promotion & Behavior

Harvard University

Concentration(s) Available: Clinical Effectiveness, Epidemiology, Global Health, Health and Social Behavior, Health Management, Health Policy, Occupational and Environmental Health, Quantitative Methods, Health and Social Behavior, Health Management, Health Policy, Nutrition

Idaho State University

Pocatello, ID · Traditional & Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Applications in Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Leadership and Administration, Environmental and Occupational Health, Health Program Planning and Evaluation, Health Behavior Change Theory and Application

Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Health Policy & Management, Public Health Informatics, Social & Behavioural Sciences

Indiana University at Bloomington

Bloomington, IN · Traditional, & Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioral, Social & Community Health, Biostatics, Environmental & Occupational Health, Epidemiology, Parks and Recreation (Online), Physical Activity, Public Health Administration

Jackson State University

Jackson, MS · Traditional, Non-Traditional & Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioral Health Promotion and Education, Communicative Disorders, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Health Policy and Management, Social Work

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD · Traditional, Non-Traditional, & Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Aging and Public Health, Child and Adolescent Health, Epidemiological and Biostatistical Methods for Public Health and Clinical Research, Food, Nutrition and Health, Food Systems, Global Environmental Sustainability and Health, Humanitarian Health, Health Leadership and Management, Health Systems and Policy, Infectious Diseases, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Women’s and Reproductive Health

Kansas State University

Manhattan, KS · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Food Safety and Biosecurity, Infectious Diseases and Zoonoses, Public Health Nutrition, Public Health Physical Activity

Loma Linda University

Loma Linda, CA · Traditional ,Hybrid and Online Format.

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology, Global Health, Health Education and Wellness Coaching, Nutrition/Dietetics, Population Medicine

Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

New Orleans, LA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioral & Community Health Sciences, Biostatistics, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, Epidemiology

Medical College of Wisconsin

Wauwatosa, WI · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

Mercer University

Savannah, GA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

Missouri State University

Springfield, MO · Traditional & Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

Morehouse School of Medicine

Atlanta, GA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

Morgan State University

Baltimore, MD · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

National University

San Diego, CA · Traditional & Online Format.

Concentration(s) Available: Health Promotion, Mental Health, Healthcare Administration

New Mexico State University

Las Cruces, NM · Traditional, Hybrid,& Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health Management, Administration & Policy, Health Behavior & Health Promotion

New York Medical College

Valhalla, NY · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioral Sciences and Health Promotion, Epidemiology, Environmental Health Science, Health Policy and Management

New York University

New York, NY · Traditional, Hybrid & Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Community Health Science and Practice, Environmental Public Health Sciences,

Epidemiology, Global Health, Public Health Nutrition, Public Health Policy & Management,Social and Behavioral Sciences, Sustainable Development Goals

Northeastern University

Boston,MA · Traditional and Online Format.

Concentration(s) Available: Urban Health

Northern Illinois University

DeKalb, IL · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health Promotion, Health Services Management

Northwestern University

Chicago, IL · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist, Community Health Research, Epidemiology, Global Health

Northeast Ohio Medical University

Rootstown, OH · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: General Public Health

Nova Southeastern University

Fort Lauderdale, FL · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

Ohio State University

Columbus, OH · Traditional and Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biomedical Informatics, Biostatistics, Clinical Translational Science, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Health Behavior and Health Promotion, Program for Experienced Professionals, Veterinary Public Health

Oregon Health & Science University/Portland State University

Portland, OR · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental Systems and Human Health, Epidemiology, Health Management and Policy, Health Promotion, Primary Health Care and Health Disparities, Public Health Practice

Oregon State University

Corvallis OR · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental and Occupational Health, Epidemiology, Global Health, Health Management and Policy, Health Promotion and Health Behavior, Physical Activity

Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Hershey, PA . Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community and Behavioral Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Health Systems Organization and Policy

Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey

Piscataway, NJ · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Environmental & Occupational Health, Health Behavior, Society & Policy, Biostatistics & Epidemiology, Urban-Global Public Health

Saint Louis University

Louis, MO · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioral Science and Health Education, Epidemiology

San Diego State University

San Diego, CA · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biometry,Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Health Management & Policy, Health Promotion & Behavioral Science, Health Promotion & Behavioral Science

San Francisco State University

San Francisco . CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Education

San Jose State University

San Jose, CA · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health

Southern Connecticut State University

New Haven, CT · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health Promotion

Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Carbondale, IL · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health Promotion

Stony Brook University – SUNY

Stony Brook, NY · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health, Health Analytics ,Health Policy and Management

SUNY – Downstate Medical Center

Brooklyn, NY · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Sciences, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Health Policy & Management

SUNY Upstate Medical Center

Syracuse, NY· Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Data Analysis, Population Health for Clinicians

Temple University

Philadelphia, PA · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Applied Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management, Social & Behavioral Science

Texas A&M Health Science Center

College Station, TX · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Health Policy & Management, Environmental & Occupational Health, Health Promotion & Community Health Sciences

Thomas Jefferson University

Philadelphia PA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist

Touro University – California

Vallejo, CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health Science, Health Policy and Management, Social & Behavioral Sciences

Tufts University School of Medicine

Boston, MA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioral Science & Health Communication, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Health Services Management & Policy, Nutrition

Tulane University

New Orleans, LA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Sciences, Disaster Management, Epidemiology, Health Education and Communication, Health Policy, Health Systems Management, International Health and Development, Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Bethesda, MD · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Global Health, Health Services Administration, Occupational & Environmental Health Sciences, Social & Behavioral Sciences,Tropical Public Health

University at Albany – SUNY

Albany, NY · Traditional Format.

Concentration(s) Available: Generalist, Biomedical Sciences, Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management, Social Behavior & Community Health

University at Buffalo – SUNY

Buffalo,NY · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Community Health and Health Behavior, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Health Services Administration

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Birmingham, Alabama · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Behavior, Health Care Organization & Policy

University of Alaska-Anchorage

Anchorage, AK · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health Practice

University of Arizona

Phoenix, AZ · Traditional, Hybrid and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Applied Epidemiology, Health Promotion, Health Services Administration, Biostatistics, Environmental and Occupational Health, Epidemiology, Family & Child Health, Health Behavior Health Promotion, Health Services Administration, Public Health Policy & Management, Public Health Practice, One Health

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Little Rock, AR · Traditional and Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental & Occupational Health, Health Behavior and Health Education, Health Policy & Management, Rural & Global Public Health

University of California – Berkeley

Berkeley, CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Global Health, Environmental Health and Social Behavior, Health Policy and Management, Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, Interdisciplinary, Maternal, Child & Adolescent Health, Nutrition, Aging, Generalist

University of California – Davis

Davis,CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology, Generalist

University of California – Irvine

Irvine, CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Sociocultural Diversity & Health

University of California – Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Community Health Sciences, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management

University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental Public Health,Epidemiology, Global Health,Health Education & Promotion,Health Services Management, Occupational Public Health

University of Connecticut

Farmington, CT · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Behavioural Medicine, Community Based Education, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Global Health, Health Services Research, Public Health Law & Bioethics

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL· Traditional & Online Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Public Health Management & Policy, Public Health Practice, Social & Behavioral Sciences

University of Georgia

Athens, GA · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Disaster Management, Environmental Health Science, Epidemiology, Gerontology, Health Policy & Management, Health Promotion & Behavior

University of Hawaii

Honolulu, HI ·Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management, Native Hawaiian & Indigenous Health, Social & Behavioral Health Sciences

University of Illinois at Chicago

Chicago, IL · Traditional & Hybrid Format

Concentration(s) Available: Biostatistics, Community Health Sciences, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy & Administration, Maternal & Child Health, Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology, Public Health Informatics

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Aurora, CO . Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Applied Biostatistics, Community & Behavioral Health, Environmental & Occupational Health,Epidemiology,Global Health and Applied Biostatistics,Global Health and Community & Behavioral Health, Global Health and Environmental & Occupational Health, Global Health and Epidemiology, Global Health and Health Systems, Management & Policy, Global Health and ​Maternal & Child Health,Health Systems, Management & Policy,Leadership & Public Health Practice, Maternal & Child Health, Population Mental Health & Wellbeing​

University of Northern Colorado

Aurora,CO · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Community Health Education, Global Health & Community Health Education, Healthy Aging & Community Health Education

Youngstown State University

Youngstown, OH · Traditional Format

Concentration(s) Available: Health & Human Service, Public Health, Respiratory Care

Information updated as of April 2020