Public Health, MPH
Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine is pleased to offer the Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degree, a graduate program for leaders in public health. Both a generalist track and a health promotion and education concentration are available.
The M.P.H. program is founded on the principles of community-academic partnership, with the strength of seven Colleges/Schools at Wright State University, collaboration with the University of Cincinnati, and participation with 24 health districts throughout a sixteen county region.
The program is the first in the nation to incorporate a community-based, interdisciplinary educational program in public health with this particular combination of colleges and schools. While grounded in traditional classroom instruction, distance learning plays a key role in the program. The program is responsive to the educational needs of working professionals in southwestern Ohio who serve over 2.8 million residents.
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
|Starting in:||Fall / Spring|
|Estimated Total Tuition:||$26,516|
|Location:||Fairborn, OH, United States|
“Wright State is a great value. You get an excellent education at an affordable cost.”
Cassie Caplinger (U. S. A.) // B.A. in English
Five core courses will be offered and must be completed by all students admitted to the program. Each student will select one concentration area of study and complete a minimum of 18 hours of study in that area. A practice placement is typically completed during the second year of study. Each student will work with the practice placement course director and a site preceptor. The second component of the applied learning is the culminating experience project. Each student will work with the culminating experience course director to develop an appropriate applied project.