42 total credits required
The University of New Haven’s online Master of Public Health program features a curriculum grounded in experiential education and project-based learning. It is designed to be flexible, adapting to student needs and industry trends. You can choose from three elective-driven focus areas in global health, health education and promotion, and health informatics to specialize your degree or take classes that most interest you.
Our online public health courses combine the core competencies necessary for success in the field with relevant technical and leadership skills for today’s workforce. Because this degree is STEM-designated, you can be confident you’re earning a credential that meets high standards for quality and academic rigor.
Finish your degree in two years or less and learn from world-class faculty who bring years of experience to the online classroom. This program includes 14 public health courses that are seven weeks in duration. You will study essential topics like biostatistics, health leadership, public health practice, epidemiology, global health, and more.
You’ll choose three courses from the Electives list.
Survey of GIS technology, research, and applications in natural resource management, environmental assessment, urban planning, business, marketing and real estate, law enforcement, public administration, and emergency preparedness. Includes critical evaluation, case studies, and computer demonstrations.
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