Earn your master's degree in Public Health and make a difference
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100% online MPH program
Earn your 42‑credit MPH degree fully online.
Complete in as few as 12 – 15 months
Classes are offered in an accelerated 7‑week format.
Six class starts
We offer six start dates annually for the program.
Advance your career in Healthcare with an MPH degree
- 100% Online
- 6 Start Dates
- No GRE/GMAT Required
- 7-week Terms
- 3 Concentrations
- 15 month Accelerated Option*
*Program length may vary by individual
The MPH Curriculum
Our 42-credit MPH program is comprised of 33 core credit hours and 9 credit hours. Focus your studies in an area of public health that interests you. Choose from three concentrations — Global Health, Community Health, or Health Policy and Management — and meet your specific personal and professional development goals.
|MPH 502||Principals of Epidemiology|
|MPH 504||Public Health Policy|
|MPH 508||Global Public Health|
Racquel S. Wright, MPH
“The MPH program at Goodwin has taught me to follow my dreams in the Public Health field and that I can accomplish anything in life with the mindset of always moving forward and striving for greatness.”
Your career-focused MPH degree
Goodwin University provides the curriculum and critical thinking skills needed for a variety of public health careers post-graduation.
MPH graduates develop a strong voice in the field and make a significant impact on the world.
Career options for MPH graduates include:
- Community Health Workers
- Disaster and Emergency Coordinators
- Environmental Health Specialists
- Public Health Directors and Educators
- Research Assistants
Maritza Bond, MPH
Maritza Bond is a dedicated health professional experienced in local, state, and federal services and mandates. She is the new Director of Public Health in New Haven after being the Director of Public Health and Social Services for the city of Bridgeport. Her expertise includes promoting community health using policy, system, and collective impact framework.
Meg Zayan, EdD, RDH, MPH
Dr. Zayan has previously served as the dean and director of UB’s Fones School of Dental Hygiene, worked for the Colorado Migrant Health Department, the U.S. Agency for International Development, CARE International, and the U.S. State Department. She has taught online courses for 10+ years.
The benefits of two universities
This is a joint program offered by Goodwin University and University of Bridgeport. You will learn alongside fellow students from both universities and share experiences in a richly diverse learning environment. Upon completion, your master’s degree will list both universities.
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