Online MPH Curriculum

Our online MPH curriculum is 42 credits and consists of foundational courses, specialization courses, a capstone, and a field practicum. Half of your credits will be in your area of specialization so you can make an impact in the area of your choice as soon as you graduate.

  • Choose a concentration in Epidemiology or Health Policy & Management
  • Learn how to advocate for policy change, improved health outcomes, shared vision, social change, and community solutions to address organizational and community challenges
  • Discover ways to promote health research and data that will improve diverse communities’ health outcomes
  • Graduate in as few as 7 semesters

Courses Include:

Foundational Courses

PBH 600 Biostatistics
HP 601 Health Ethics and Law
PBH 635 Contemporary Issues in Environmental Health
PBH 633 Epidemiological Methods
HP 602 Concepts in Health Administration
PBH 611 Social and Behavioral Sciences
PBH 632 Applied Practice Experience
PBH 636 Integrated Learning Experience – Capstone

Epidemiology Concentration

PBH 614 Observational and Interventional Study Design
PBH 615 Data Management and Analysis
PBH 616 Advanced Analysis of Epidemiologic Studies
PBH 617 Infectious Disease Epidemiology
PBH 618 Chronic Disease Epidemiology
PBH 619 Advanced Epidemiologic Methods

Health Policy and Management Concentration

PBH 622 Health Policy Analysis
HP 609 Health Policy, Politics and Perspectives
HP 622 Economics of Health Care
PBH 623 Contemporary Issues, Special Populations and Policies
PBH 624 State Health Policy
PBH 625 Health Policy and Program Implementation

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Partner Tuition Discounts

We work closely with our partners to tailor our programs to the needs of working professionals.

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MPH Field Placement

Your practicum will include 270 hours of hands-on experience in a field placement, where you can apply your knowledge in real-world situations. Depending on your current role, your workplace may be considered for this requirement.