Full List of Public Health Degrees in Delaware

There are no public health schools with Master of Public Health (MPH) programs in Delaware that are accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). Despite this, Delaware remains an attractive state for public health professionals, with the employment of medical and health services managers or healthcare administrators, dietitians and nutritionists, and medical records and health information technicians all projected to increase by double digits through the year 2028.

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George Washington University Master of Public Health

Earn your MPH online in as few as 12 months 

  • No GRE required
  • 45 credits
  • Live, online classes
  • Accredited by CEPH

Baylor University Master of Public Health

Earn your MPH online in as few as 18 months 

  • No GRE required
  • 42 credits
  • Live, online classes

Tufts University Master of Public Health 

Earn your MPH online in as few as 20 months 

  • No GRE required
  • 42 credits
  • Live, online classes
  • Accredited by CEPH

University of North Carolina Master of Public Health 

Earn your MPH online in as few as 20 months

  • GRE waivers available
  • 42 credits
  • Live, online classes
  • Accredited by CEPH

Master of Public Health (MPH) Programs in Delaware

As mentioned above, there are no CEPH-accredited MPH programs in Delaware. However, if students prefer the areas on the east coast, they may also check the nearby states or areas where more public health programs are available, such as D.C. or New Jersey. Students in Delaware also may want to consider online MPH programs in other states where they may be eligible to apply. Online MPH programs provide more than just a convenient learning environment. In an online setting, students can use internet resources and tools to guide them through the program. Students involved with online education also may be permitted to work independently on research projects concerning different health or wellness trends, and be expected to provide insight into helpful solutions or educational programs. 

Public Health Careers Outlook in Delaware

While there are no accredited public health schools available in Delaware, students interested in public health may still find it a promising place to start a career given the high projected job growth and median salary in certain fields. The jobs with the highest median salary are medical and health services managers or healthcare administrators, who earned a median annual salary of $111,930 as of May 2020; these are also the jobs with the highest projected growth in employment, expected to increase 19% through the year 2028. While career outlook may also vary according to location, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics does not track wage increases by county in Delaware. 

The table below reflects the demand and earning potential for public health careers in Delaware, based on data provided by O*NET OnLine.

Job Title Median Salary in DE, 2020 (Yearly) Median Salary in U.S., 2020 (Yearly) Projected Job Growth in DE, 2018-2028 Projected Job Growth in U.S., 2019-2029
Biostatisticians $92,930 $92,270 n/a* 35%
Health Specialties Professors n/a* $99,090 n/a* 21%
Environmental Health Specialists $58,150 $73,230 5% 8%
Epidemiologists n/a* $74,560 n/a* 5%
Medical and Health Services Managers /Healthcare Administrators $111,930 $104,280 19% 32%
Health Educators $65,660 $56,500 9% 11%
Occupational Health Specialists $78,500 $76,340 6% 4%
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians $44,500 $51,840 14% 8%
Dietitians and Nutritionists $63,670 $63,090 19% 8%
Health Informatics Specialists  $93,220 $93,730 2% 7%

*Estimate not released/provided by O*NET

This page includes information from O*NET OnLine by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA). Used under the CC BY 4.0 license. O*NET® is a trademark of USDOL/ETA

Information last updated May 2021

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Explore Online Master of Public Health Programs

George Washington University Master of Public Health

Earn your MPH online in as few as 12 months 

  • No GRE required
  • 45 credits
  • Live, online classes
  • Accredited by CEPH

Baylor University Master of Public Health

Earn your MPH online in as few as 18 months 

  • No GRE required
  • 42 credits
  • Live, online classes

Tufts University Master of Public Health 

Earn your MPH online in as few as 20 months 

  • No GRE required
  • 42 credits
  • Live, online classes
  • Accredited by CEPH

University of North Carolina Master of Public Health 

Earn your MPH online in as few as 20 months

  • GRE waivers available
  • 42 credits
  • Live, online classes
  • Accredited by CEPH