The MPH programs in the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Concentration are designed to educate individuals who will plan, administer, and evaluate programs in maternal and child health. The programs provide information about the special problems faced by women and children, including children and youth with special health care needs, and their families. The programs develop and integrate skills from maternal and child health policy and leadership and demonstrate their application in problem solving and systems development. The programs are funded, in part, by a federal MCH training grant - The MCH Policy & Leadership Program.
Full-time students generally complete this degree in 2 years or less (4-5 semesters). Part-time students may take up to 5 years. Click here or below for Curriculum Planning Sheet.
Program Admission Requirements
Applicants to this program must meet the general admission requirements for the Master of Public Health degree program. Click here for additional admissions information.