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The Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) program is an interdisciplinary program of studies intended to prepare individuals for professional practice and leadership in public health. This 45 credit-unit course-based program, with a required 12 week practicum in an applied public health setting, is normally taken over 16-24 months on a full-time basis, or longer part-time. An online option is also available; please contact the School of Public Health for more information and availability. Three areas of concentration are offered: Applied Population and Public Health, Rural Public Health, and Veterinary Public Health.Students take 8 required core courses and 5 electives.
Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)
- Bachelor’s degree in a life, behavioral, or social science
- a 70% average during the final two years of study
- if research involves human subjects
- if research involves animal subjects
- a minimum of 45 credit units, including the following:
- 15 credit units of elective courses
- No residency requirement. Program may be taken as either a full- or part-time student.