Master of Public Health in Population Health

Master of Public Health in Population Health

Program Description

The MPH in Population Health is a generalist degree that will train current public health or healthcare professionals to plan, design, implement, monitor, and evaluate public health programs and community-based interventions. This track is an individualized track that will allow students to pursue a public health degree that can be tailored to their own interests and career goals. Upon admission into the program and under the guidance of their program coordinator, students will pick five unique competencies that best fit their personal and professional goals from amongst courses offered in each of the Departments. This program is also offered online.

Program Requirements

Students in this track must complete 42 credit hours. This includes the MPH Core and concentration requirements. Full-time students generally complete this degree in 2 years or less (4-5 semesters). Part-time students may take up to 5 years. Curriculum Planning Sheet.

Program Admission Requirements

Due to the self-directed nature of this program, applicants must have public health or health care related experience. Applicants without relevant experience will be directed to a departmental concentration. Applicants to this program must meet the general admission requirements for the Master of Public Health degree program. Additional Admissions Information.