The online Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, conferred through the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University (MSU), is for anyone with a passion for improving health on a large scale. Our MPH program is rigorous with faculty that bring experience with real-world problems and solutions to promote healthy communities into the online classroom. The MSU MPH is a generalist degree allows students to choose elective courses that fit their personal and professional goals.
Our entirely online program was specifically designed to fit busy lifestyles. Our program is perfect for mid-career professionals who want to engage in preventive health, and appropriate for new and recent undergraduates from a variety of disciplines including psychology, social work, anthropology, business, law, dietetics, nursing, and more. The MPH may be taken in conjunction with other master's and terminal degree programs at Michigan State University.
Our online course delivery and learning system, D2L, allows us to offer asynchronous courses so that students with different schedules, in a variety of time zones are able to complete the required assignments when it is most convenient for them. Student engagement with faculty and classmates increase through online discussion boards, group projects, and presentations. Advancing public health across the globe, we are pleased to maintain the intensity and rigor of an in-person graduate program in our online coursework.
- Established in 2008 in Michigan State University's (MSU) College of Human Medicine.
- Provides students with opportunities for coursework, research, and outreach.
- Key feature of the program is emphasis on applied knowledge.
- Students obtain knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform as public health professionals in the United States and abroad.
- Only MPH degree in Michigan offered entirely online.
- Degree conferred from the MSU College of Human Medicine.