Master of Public Health (MPH)
A Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the top-ranked School of Public Health provides a comprehensive curriculum that prepares students to take on the challenges of a rapidly changing world. The MPH degree emphasizes the practical aspects of public health and prepares you for a career in population health and community awareness. Most MPH programs are completed in two years and often require engagement in the community as part of the degree.
Master of Public Health Programs
Collaborate on the design of research studies and address research questions through analysis and data.
Community Health Promotion
Design community based program and policy interventions that improved the health of communities.
Address environmental and occupational health concerns while focusing on a specialty area of concentration. Concentrations include:
- General Program
- Environmental Infectious Diseases
- Environmental & Occupational Epidemiology
- Global Environmental Health
- Industrial Hygiene
- Occupational & Environmental Health Nursing
- Occupational & Environmental Medicine
- Regulatory Toxicology & Risk Assessment
Epidemiology is the study of the frequency, distribution, and determinants of disease in humans.
Maternal & Child Health (Standard & advanced standing options)
Improve the health of mothers, children, youth, and families. Students may complete their degree entirely online, entirely in-person, or by taking a combination of online and in-person courses.
Public Health Administration & Policy
Manage organizations and influence policy to improve population health.
Public Health Administration & Policy (Executive)
Program for working professionals.
Public Health Administration & Policy (at Arizona State University)
Public Health Nutrition
Examine the links between diet, nutrition, and communities.
Executive Program in Public Health Practice (Working Professionals)
Offers working professionals the opportunity to understand, assess, and manage population health in public health, health care, and human services settings.