Master of Public Health 65-credit


The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program provides students with a breadth of knowledge, subject-specific expertise, specialized skills, and a powerful global network. MPH students benefit from an innovative curriculum that employs unique educational experiences in and out of the classroom. The MPH program is designed to teach analytical and quantitative methods, as well as cultivate problem-solving skills and the application of public health training in real-world situations. 

With an array of options for specific fields of study, the MPH program will offer you the intellectual foundation and training needed to lead change and make a difference in communities around the world.  


The Master of Public Health 65-credit degree provides early career professionals with the breadth of knowledge and subject-specific expertise needed to forge a successful career in public health. 

  • Abbreviation: MPH-65 
  • Degree format: On campus 
  • Time commitment: Full-time or part-time 
  • Average program length: 1.5 years full-time (3 semesters with a summer practicum experience after your first 2 semesters) 
  • Estimated cohort size: 80 students 
  • Start term: Fall 

Admission information

Eligibility requirements

Applicants for the MPH-65 degree must have the following: 

A bachelor’s degree, plus two or more years of contiguous full-time work experience in an area relevant to public health.

Application requirements

All applications must be submitted through SOPHAS – the centralized application for schools and programs of public health. In addition to the application, applicants must submit:

  • Statement of purpose and objectives
  • Official test scores (not required/not reviewed)
  • Three letters of reference
  • Resumé/curriculum vitae
  • Post-secondary transcripts or mark sheets (World Education Services credential evaluation for applicants with degrees from outside of the United States.)
  • English language proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS), if applicable

Learn more about the application process.

Application deadline