MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Midwestern University Illinois
Downers Grove, USA
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Tailored to meet your needs, Midwestern University’s online Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) program offers a flexible format designed to be completed as a dual degree paired with a healthcare professional degree. Whether your goal is to pursue a career in public health, apply population-based health concepts to your healthcare practice, or develop as a healthcare leader, Midwestern’s M.P.H. program provides you with a wide range of courses and applied public health experiences to help build your future. This program is available to students on both our Arizona and Illinois campuses as a dual degree program.
The Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degree with a concentration in Global One Health prepares students to tackle increasingly complex public health issues through a One Health approach that integrates human, animal, and environmental health principles and practices. This interdisciplinary degree program provides opportunities to develop public health knowledge and skills as public health practitioners, or to enhance and add professional value to a healthcare professional degree. The degree is offered as a dual-degree option for students enrolled in one of Midwestern’s doctoral healthcare degree programs. Students who are enrolled in or are graduates of a doctoral healthcare degree program may receive elective credit towards the M.P.H. degree, reducing the overall tuition cost and time to completion. The M.P.H. degree will help students become more competitive applicants for careers in clinical and public health practice, global health, government service, and more.