Master’s of Public Health Online

MPH program in Connecticut

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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

Make a true impact — with an MPH degree

Our master’s in Public Health Online (MPH) degree program prepares public health practitioners for complex local, national and global healthcare issues. In as few as 12‑15 months, you will learn how to tackle a range of public health issues from acute and chronic illnesses to lifestyle and health behavior change, including maternal and child health, the opioid epidemic, Medicare for all, influenza, obesity, and emerging health issues. Our professors are current practitioners who expertly deliver an online, competency-based curriculum to meet the needs of busy working students.

Become profession ready with marketable skills

With three concentrations to choose from, your MPH will enable you to meet your personal and professional development goals. Our online master’s degree in Public Health will provide you with the knowledge to build a successful career in healthcare, and give you the practical skills to pursue a new career path.

Concentrations available

  • Global Health
  • Community Health
  • Health Policy and Management

A flexible online MPH program

You can earn your MPH degree fully online — on your schedule. Take classes full or part time in an accelerated 7‑week format and earn your degree in as few as 12‑15 months. At Goodwin University, we’re making your educational goals achievable.

An investment in your future

Tuition for the MPH program is competitive with other private non-profit colleges, and we break it down for you so you know exactly what you’ll pay before you start classes. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Students entering the MPH program must meet all program admissions requirements.

We’ve been awarded $1.5M for scholarship assistance for MPH enrollments. You may be eligible for up to $15,000. Ask an admissions officer to see if you qualify. This scholarship opportunity is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1,500,000.

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Your career-focused MPH degree

Here, we promote equity, inquiry, health, and well-being, as well as the development of highly skilled leaders who become public hospital administrators, policy makers, public health directors, community leaders, and more. Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals with an interest in population health and medicine find success in our program.

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Expert Faculty


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.

Goodwin University
University of Bridgeport

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