Please choose one of the options below to find more information about each of our graduate programs.
There are a six options for a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in Public Health. These include: PhD Biostatistics, PhD Environmental Health, PhD Epidemiology, PhD Health Services Research, PhD One Health, and PhD Social and Behavioral Sciences.
This is a 48-credit program with 6 concentration options to specialize in. Each contains core courses that all MPH students take, concentration-specific courses, and elective courses you can pick based on your interests. Concentrations include biostatistics, epidemiology, public health practice, social and behavioral science, environmental and global health, and public health management and policy.
The MPH Program participates in a number of collaborative degree opportunities within and outside the College of Public Health and Health Professions. Joint programs include: JD/MPH, MD/MPH, PharmD/MPH, DVM/MPH, DMD/MPH, and DPT/MPH. Collaborative programs include: Clinical and Health Psychology (PhD/MPH), Rehabiliation Science (PhD/MPH), and other Nontraditional Doctoral/Master’s Degree (PhD/MPH).
A Graduate Certificate in Public Health is perfect for professionals continuing their education, for those refocusing or advancing their current profession, and/or for recent graduates who want explore different career options before applying to a graduate program.