Case Western Reserve University's Master of Public Health (MPH) program, established in 1999, resides in the Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences within the School of Medicine. The MPH can be finished in 16 to 21 months depending on workload. Offering flexibility to those seeking to earn a degree, the MPH program provides part-study options that accommodate both working professionals and individuals from various backgrounds.
Public health is an interdisciplinary field that protects the health of people and the communities [in which] we live, learn, work and play.
By pursuing a dual degree, individuals interested in two subject areas can not only save time and money, but also enhance their educational experience.
The program offers hands-on experience through a culminating experience where students are placed in health-related settings to work on projects.
In-person learning enables students to have the opportunity to connect with peers from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
The program's involvement with campus and community partners offers our alumni diverse career opportunities.
There is no better way to learn about the MPH program than by meeting our students, alumni, and faculty.