Regis College’s online MPH program is designed for working professionals who are compassionate, resourceful, service-oriented people, aspiring to be change agents in their communities by helping to improve public health.
Today’s public health professionals play an integral role in monitoring health trends and advancing policy. This means observing changes to community health and safety, measuring the impact of disease and illness, working to improve access to health care resources, and addressing inequities in care delivery. Regis can prepare you to meet these emerging challenges on a local, state, or national level.
The MPH online is offered through the Regis College School of Health Sciences. The program is designed for working professionals who are compassionate, resourceful, service-oriented, and aspiring to be change agents in their communities by working to improve public health.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of social and community service managers is predicted to grow by 17% from 2019 to 2029. The BLS also projects a 13% growth in the role of health educators and community health workers — making it clear that the public health field is expanding and creating new opportunities for dedicated, skilled professionals.Get Curriculum Info
Min. Length: 27 Months
Total Credits: 42
Upcoming Start Dates:
Regis College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.)
Public Health Degree Concentrations
The MPH online offers two concentrations to focus your public health curriculum:
Epidemiology is focused on investigation and exploration, offering you the opportunity to design public health studies for specific diseases, analyze key data points, and report on your findings. It can include the study of infectious or chronic diseases and other public health issues such as disabilities and social and environmental concerns. Epidemiologists have a passion for disease investigation, collecting data, and analyzing statistics.Learn More
Health Policy and Management
The study of health policy and management (HPM) introduces students to differing perspectives on the delivery of care to various populations. It includes analysis of health care ethics and economics, as well as the development and implementation of policies and programs in light of current and emerging needs. People in HPM effect change through health care policy and how it relates to health services in their community.Learn More
Our online MPH curriculum is 42 credits and consists of foundational courses, specialization courses, a capstone, and a field practicum.
Jobs for MPH professionals in epidemiology and health policy and management span the public, private, corporate, and government sectors.
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Ways to Save on Your Tuition
Regis partner employees can receive a discount on their tuition. Find out if your employer is a partner.
Federal and Military Discounts
Federal government employees as well as active and reserve military and veterans are eligible for a 15% discount on tuition. Find out more.
Regis alumni who have received a previous degree from Regis are eligible for a 10% discount on tuition. Speak to an advisor for more information.
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- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited institution
- Minimum 2.75 GPA; 3.0 preferred
- Current resume that includes educational, work, and volunteer history
- Official academic transcripts
- Statement of purpose or personal statement
- Two letters of recommendation
- Program director reserves the right to request an interview
MPH & COVID-19
NEWS CLIP: Regis public health students have pitched in, along with hundreds of students in Massachusetts, to track those who may have come in contact with COVID-19. WCVB Channel 5 Boston spoke with our dean of the School of Health Sciences, Dr. Laura Burke, to learn more about the work they are doing. View the full video here.
WEBINAR: Hear from public health experts Dr. Frazier Beatty, Dr. Laura Burke, and online MPH student Sarah Weintraub, as they discuss contact tracing during COVID-19. Weintrab is participating in Massachusetts’ Community Tracing Collaborative, an initiative run by the state along with Partners in Health to reach out to contacts of confirmed positive COVID-19 patients. Watch Now.
ARTICLE: What do public health professionals do during public health emergencies like COVID-19? How can getting an MPH help you get involved? Find out in our recent chat with MPH program director Dr. Frazier Beatty. Read the article here.