The Master of Public Health (MPH) is the primary professional degree in public health. The degree gives students the skills and training necessary to formulate public health policies, address issues and advocate for change. Students can concentrate in one of several public health specialties, allowing them to better understand, improve and protect the health and well-being of the population. All MPH students complete coursework designed to help them make meaningful contributions to the control and eradication of current and emerging public health problems.
Note: Students are welcome to apply for Summer admission. However, some of the concentrations of study have limited course offerings in summer. Applicants should check with the College prior to application to determine course availability for their concentration of interest. For those concentrations that have limited offerings, or are based on a cohort model, applicants are encouraged to apply directly for the Fall term or the admission may be deferred for fall.