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Online Masters Degrees in Public Health

Find online masters degrees, courses, and programs in public health. Curriculum & programs in this area cover a broad range of subjects and are designed to provide students with a broad-based education.

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Master of Public Health

As a student in this program, you will draw knowledge from the social, behavioral, and health sciences to help address many of today’s public health challenges. Whether you are new to community health or an experienced practitioner in the field, this online graduate program will inform and advance your understanding of best practices in public health.

Offered by: Walden University *
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Public Health

The Master of Public Health (MPH) prepares its students to solve public health problems and apply their knowledge and expertise to specific areas of public health. Graduates of the MPH program are recognized in the field for their success as practitioners and managers in a variety of health care settings.

Offered by: A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
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Wellness (MAW)

The Master of Arts degree in Wellness program is designed for working health care professionals who wish to learn skills that help a patient's spiritual, nutritional, physical, social, intellectual and emotional wellness. This 36-credit post-professional degree program prepares clinicians to develop personally and professionally, with possibilities for advancement in clinical medicine, academics, research, administration, or public service.

Offered by: ChathamOnline
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MS (Nursing)/Master's in Public Health Dual Degree Program

This program is closed to new students. Only currently enrolled students may take courses. The online MS (Nursing)/MPH Dual Degree Program is offered jointly by the School of Nursing and the School of Public Health and Health Sciences. This 60-credit program (30 credits in nursing and 30 credits in public health) develops the knowledge and skills required for public health nursing leadership. Course Work and Clinical This program includes courses in bio-statistics, epidemiology, environmental health, public health education, public health practice, nursing theory, nursing research, public health nursing with special populations, ethical issues, and leadership (all under PUBHLTH). Several courses are team-taught by nursing and public health faculty members. Each student will gain experiential learning through several clinical internships (one each in a rural and urban setting; at least one working with a ""Healthy People 2010"" priority issue; at least one involving service to low-income or underserved populations) and one policy internship in a state or federal legislative office. Program Highlights: offers a full-time or part-time program of study, offers all courses online or through distance learning options, offers flexible options for practicum, provides links with essential support resources. Program Update All currently matriculated students in the MS/MPH Online Program are able to progress to graduation as planned. No new students will be admitted to the program, but applicants interested in Public Health Nursing should consider applying to the Public Health Nursing track of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program (DNP) in the School of Nursing. This program consists of online and live courses. Applicants interested in the DNP can visit the School of Nursing Web site (www.umass.edu/nursing) for more information and may contact Karen Ayotte (413-545-1302 or kayotte@nursing.umass.edu) if they have questions or would like to apply.

Offered by: UMassOnline
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Master's Degree in Public Health in Public Health Practice

Earn your Master's Degree in Public Health while continuing your career. The MPH in Public Health Practice is a broad-based, graduate-level public health degree designed for health care professionals. The curriculum covers all public health competencies with courses in public health disciplines including biostatistics, community health education, environmental health, epidemiology, and health policy and management. The curriculum takes an interdisciplinary approach that melds economic, socio-cultural, health services research, and organizational management theories with the real world practice of public health professionals. The MPH in Public Health Practice program is designed to provide a superb grounding in public health and accommodates the demanding schedule of the working health care professional.

Offered by: UMassOnline
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