Division of
Public Health

College of Human Medicine

Academic Advisor

Ms. Weissert joined the MSU Division of Public Health in 2014 as an advisor after several years as coordinator of Academic Support Services at Baker College of Flint. There she supervised a team of both general and program advisors along with academic counselors. Ms. Weissert developed materials for supplemental instruction and created both video and face-to-face training modules for faculty and staff. She also served as a member of the Academic Quality Improvement Program.  

Prior to that, at the University of Michigan-Flint, Ms. Weissert was an adjunct instructor, teaching Introduction to Health Careers within the School of Health Professions & Studies.  She also coordinated the program Building Careers in Health Care, which she developed and implemented with student-participants from the Genesee Area Skill Center.  Ms. Weissert also served as a liaison between the university, the Skill Center, and the greater community.  

During her graduate program in Social Work at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Ms. Weissert was a graduate student instructor, teaching Perspectives on Health and Health Care 1 and 2.  

Ms. Weissert is responsible for advising students pursing the Master of Public Health (MPH) as well as MPH students dually enrolled in the following programs: Medical Doctor, Doctor of Osteopathy, and Master of Social Work.



Master of Social Work, Community Organization/Community & Social Systems, 2007
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 2001
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI


Master of Public Health Degree

 small degreeThank you for your interest in the online Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Michigan State University. All of the courses offered within this degree are all delivered in an online learning environment. There are no on-campus courses offered as part of the MPH degree.


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Michigan State University is obligated to comply with existing state laws regarding distance education (programs/departments offering courses delivered exclusively online). State laws regarding distance education vary state-by-state, and even program-by-program within a state. The Master of Public Health offered through the College of Human Medicine’s Division of Public Health at Michigan State University requires a practicum experience that constitutes a physical presence in some states, therefore restricting enrollment in our program to residents of those states.

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Online Master of
Public Health Degree Office

Capitol Theatre Building
130 East 2nd Street
Suite 202
Flint, MI 48502
(810) 600-5601
(810) 600-9171

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