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Master of Public Health

Program Details

The University of Arizona online Master of Public Health provides you with the unique opportunity to earn a degree that makes a difference, not just in your life and career, but in the well-being of countless others. Whether you’d like to prevent chronic disease, educate underserved communities on healthy behavior or work to improve health policy, you can graduate knowing your life’s best work is yet to come.

Core public health occupations will add 109,000 new jobs between 2012 and 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The University of Arizona has answered the global call for highly skilled public health professionals by taking our lauded Master of Public Health program online.

Designed for working professionals, our 100% online MPH provides students with direct access to our world-class faculty, who bring real-time insights into the classroom based on active research, and inspire the innovative mindset needed to solve today’s public health problems.

The University of Arizona online Master of Public Health provides you with the unique opportunity to earn a degree that makes a difference, not just in your life and career, but in the well-being of countless others. Whether you’d like to prevent chronic disease, educate underserved communities on healthy behavior or work to improve health policy, you can graduate knowing your life’s best work is yet to come.

Core public health occupations will add 109,000 new jobs between 2012 and 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The University of Arizona has answered the global call for highly skilled public health professionals by taking our lauded Master of Public Health program online.

Designed for working professionals, our 100% online MPH provides students with direct access to our world-class faculty, who bring real-time insights into the classroom based on active research, and inspire the innovative mindset needed to solve today’s public health problems.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree with 3.0 GPA
  • One course in college-level introductory, human or general biology
  • One course in college algebra or a more advanced math course, such as calculus
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Resume or CV
  • Statement of purpose and objectives
  • The GRE will be waived for all students applying to the Health Services Administration concentration.
  • The GRE will be waived for students with 5+ years of paid public health work experience for the Health Promotion concentration.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)