The Andrews University Master of Public Health (MPH) program would like to again thank the community for all... read more >
Comments Solicited for MPH Program Accreditation
The Andrews University Master of Public Health (MPH) program would like to again thank the community for all the help provided during the MPH accreditation process!
We submitted the self-study document to the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) for preliminary review on August 23, 2016.
We expect response within six to eight weeks from the time CEPH received the document. Once feedback is received, we will make the necessary changes before submitting the final copy. This is a very exciting time for us as it means that we are one step closer to the site visit on January 22–23, 2017 and accreditation.
While we wait for feedback, CEPH has asked us to reach out to our stakeholders/community for comments once again. The CEPH requests your comments on the Master of Public Health program and related practices, procedures and policies. These are confidential comments strictly for CEPH to understand the views of those affected by the accreditation of our MPH program.
All comments should be sent directly to CEPH prior to December 20, 2016 either via email to email@example.com or by mailing a printed letter of comments to:
Samantha-Rae Dickenson, MSPH
Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
1010 Wayne Avenue, Suite 220
Silver Spring MD 20910-5660
We wish to thank you in advance for any comments that you submit to CEPH and look forward to celebrating the end of the accreditation journey with you!
Dixon Anjejo, DrPH
MPH Program Director
Department of Public Health, Nutrition & Wellness
Andrews University | School of Health Professions
The governing body of the Council on Education for Public Health, the nationally recognized accrediting body for programs... read more >
MPH Candidacy Status and Upcoming Site Visit
The governing body of the Council on Education for Public Health, the nationally recognized accrediting body for programs in public health, has granted candidacy status for the Public Health Program. CEPH’s procedures provide that the Department of Public Health, Nutrition and Wellness has up to three years to undertake a self-study and submit a self-study document. An on-site visit by a team of peer reviewers will be on campus January 23-24, 2017.
The first three MPH cohorts have students from Barbados, Canada, Guadeloupe, France, Jamaica, Sweden, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, and United States of America. We thank God for blessing the joint effort of three schools – School of Distance Education, Graduate School, and School of Health Professions.