Southwest Ohio’s First M.P.H. Program
The Wright State University Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degree program incorporates a community-based, interdisciplinary educational program in public health through a combination of colleges and schools. Students can select one of four specialty areas:
The program is responsive to the educational needs of working public health and other health services professionals in southwestern Ohio who serve more than 2.8 million residents.
Education that Fits with Your Career and Family Commitments
The program has been carefully designed for in-career professionals as well as traditional undergraduate students. Students must complete a minimum of 42 semester hours for completion. While the core curriculum is grounded in traditional classroom instruction, web-based learning enhances the program. Courses are offered in the evenings and through technology-enhanced methods. The program can be completed in two and a half years by taking a full-time graduate course load of six hours per semester. All students complete a field placement and applied project or problem paper.
Collaborative in Design with Multiprofessional Learning
The WSU M.P.H. program is operated in partnership with 28 health districts throughout Southwest Ohio and seven academic divisions within Wright State University, and in cooperation with the University of Cincinnati.
Tuition and Fees
The cost of the M.P.H. program will be graduate tuition (subject to change) and a program fee ($149 per credit hour) that covers the cost of administration and facilities.
To advance the public health of western Ohio and beyond by providing interdisciplinary graduate education, research, service, and leadership.
To be the Master of Public Health degree program of choice for professionals who are committed to community and global health leadership.