The University of Arizona online Master of Public Health is designed to prepare you to make a broader impact in your community and around the globe in the public health arena. Through a blend of groundbreaking research, theory and a real-world view of today’s public health issues, our program provides an education that is being applied across geographical and cultural borders to promote a healthy, happier society.
Our world-class faculty of public health leaders helps create a dynamic online learning experience built on direct interaction, collaborative discourse and integrative thinking. The online MPH is a perfect opportunity to match your boundless dedication to public service with a thirst for knowledge.
The online MPH is a two-year program in which students complete coursework year round: fall, summer and spring. Students completing the program part-time can take up to six years to complete the program. Designed for working professionals, students complete one course every 7.5 weeks and only work on one course at a time. Courses for the online MPH are offered in a carousel pattern and are only offered once a year.
The online MPH offers three concentration areas:
- Applied Epidemiology
- Health Promotion
- Health Administration
For further information regarding the online MPH program, please visit http://mphdegree.arizona.edu.