Public Health is research in action. The Science of Prevention. The Master of Public Health (MPH) will prepare highly competent public health professionals with the knowledge and training to prevent disease and restore health in local, national and global communities.
This 42-credit program can typically be completed by part-time students in 2½ years and by full-time students within 18 months. Students should also complete the following courses as co-requisites:
Biology or Physiology or Anatomy and Physiology.
Two courses in nutrition.
The Master of Public Health program only admits new students for Fall Semester. Prospective students must complete the application and submit all the requirements before July 15.
POINTS OF DISTINCTION
Unique: Emphasis on vegetarian nutrition and health promotion with a Seventh-day Adventist worldview.
Convenient: Flexible schedule and created for working professionals—100% online.
Diverse: Faculty and students from many countries and backgrounds.
Employment: Wide range of career opportunities.
A bachelors degree (or non-U.S. equivalent) from an accredited institution and a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 (applicants with lower GPA may be admitted upon consideration of the composite profile).
Three Recommendations from professionals such as advisors, major professors and employers.
Resume providing a complete overview of employment, research or special projects.
Statement of Purpose reflecting your philosophical perspective, personal, professional and academic goals, and reasons for seeking the graduate program.
TOEFL, IELTS or PTE (academic): Students whose language of education is not English must submit English proficiency test scores.
For more information please visit the Admissions page.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
We are an international campus with a significant representation of international students. To learn more, please visit our International students page.
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ENROLLMENT & ADMISSION
Phone: 855-428-4723 or 269-471-6321
PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM