At Michigan State University we offer an online, generalist master’s degree that can be customized to your public health interests.
Here’s how we do it:
- 100% online curriculum; work while pursuing your degree
- Competitive tuition; in-state tuition for all students
- Personalized mentoring from application through graduation
- Complimentary student membership to the American Public Health Association
- No GRE or any other graduate or professional school test scores for admission
Pursue your passion and become a part of public health in action.
What you Need to Apply:
Holistic Review of Applications
Applications are reviewed holistically by the admissions committee and include considerations of all components of required materials.
State Authorization: Distance Education Restrictions Based on Permanent Residence
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 MSU's Master of Public Health requires a practicum experience that constitutes a physical presence in some states, therefore restricting enrollment in our program to residents of those states.
Prior to applying, access the State-by-State Summary, for the most up-to-date approved and restricted states.
For more information, visit MSU's State Authorization website.