The 63 Most Affordable Online MPH Programs
An online MPH can lead to a fulfilling career serving others but can cost as much as $87,000! With a $74,000 difference between the most affordable and most expensive programs, it pays to do your research before choosing an online MPH!
GetEducated compared 137 master’s programs in public health from 88 regionally accredited online schools to create this ranking. Below is our editorially independent list of the 63 Best Buys for an affordable online MPH. Each online public health program costs less than the national average.
Average Cost (In-state): ~$32,100
Least Expensive: University of North Texas Health Science Center — $13,183
Most Expensive: University of Southern California — $86,947
Our data-driven research creates a truly reliable system of scientific rankings. There’s no fancy formulas here. We meticulously calculate total full-time tuition—including any fees—for the most accurate total cost. Our rankings cannot be bought, and therefore factually showcase the cheapest online MPH programs. The online MPH degrees listed above the gray dividing line are official 2018 “Best Buys” and cost less than the national average.
Most Affordable Online MPH
Accreditation Note: To qualify for a ranking, a program must be regionally accredited. Additional programmatic accreditation is noted in the rank table.
34 Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
Rankings Note: These online college rankings are based on a GetEducated Spring 2018 review of regionally accredited online MPH programs. Total cost includes full-time tuition and fees and was valid at the time of collection and specific to the online learning program. School profiles for the online master degree programs in our directory may reflect a slightly different cost based on different editorial update schedules. The average in-state cost for this rank is rounded up to the nearest $100. The published cost is an estimated sticker price for the entire online degree including fees. Actual costs may vary by student. Factors such as transfer credits, prerequisite courses, professional licensing and financial aid availability will affect final cost.
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