The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary program, providing students with the knowledge and skills to protect and improve family and community health. Choosing between two specialized tracks, students develop the leadership, critical thinking, and research capabilities to pursue a range of public health career options.
Students take five graduate courses toward MPH requirements; this usually takes one additional year.
This can be completed in two years with full-time study, or four-five years with part-time study.
Learn more about the requirements of the certificate program and how to apply.