The University of West Florida’s Master of Public Health is an affordable, flexible online program accredited by the CEPH. This competency-based, military-friendly curriculum caters to world-class students from diverse backgrounds and career goals in population health. Graduates can enjoy lucrative careers in high demand. Working professionals can even balance their educational goals with work and family life through our asynchronous online coursework. You can also expect to work one-on-one with expert faculty by participating in their research and presenting findings at national conferences.
The MPH is grounded in foundational core courses in environmental health, epidemiology, social and behavioral sciences, biostatistics and public health policy. These core courses provide you with concepts related to the history, structure, principles, theories and practice of public health. Graduates with an MPH degree are prepared to develop, implement and evaluate effective public health programs for disease prevention and wellness promotion within the communities they serve, with an understanding of their cultural, social, economic, ethical and legal impacts.
Students enrolled in the MPH program are required to complete a two-semester, 6 credit hour practicum in the field of public health under the guidance of a qualified mentor and MPH Faculty Internship Advisor. This practicum gives you the real-world experience you need to advance in your public health career. The MPH program accepts new admissions for Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
Medicine & Health, Public Health
2 years | Full time
Only one is required