The Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) degree provides a focus on research design, data collection, analysis and application of research intended to improve and protect the health of populations. The degree is designed for students with good quantitative and/or qualitative skills who have an interest in the science of public health and gaining a comprehensive research experience. Students are prepared for research roles in academic (teaching and/or research) or professional public health careers by incorporating epidemiological principles and biostatistical methods with their focus within the core areas of public health.
Below are disciplines in the College of Public Health in which an MSPH can be earned.
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.