Online Executive MPH Program
The University of Washington Online Executive Master of Public Health program promotes leaders in public health. This two-year, mostly online program prepares you to tackle current and future public health challenges.
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curriculum equips you to make a difference in public health and to promote health equity and social justice. You will build knowledge and skills in key public health areas — including data analysis, evidence-based approaches, environmental health, policy, program design and evaluation, and values and ethics in public health — and develop essential collaboration and leadership skills through a team-based learning approach. Graduates of our program have careers as directors and managers of public health agencies, research scientists, and health education specialists, among other positions. Learn From Expert Faculty
The Online Executive MPH program is taught by
faculty from the UW School of Public Health, ranked sixth among public health graduate schools in the country, according to . As leading public health researchers and practitioners, our instructors are at the forefront of the latest developments in public health. US News & World Report Earn Your MPH on a Convenient Schedule
blended format combines the convenience of online learning with the benefits of in-person classroom instruction. Classes are held mostly online, with just three on-site sessions, so you can continue to work while you earn your degree.
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"[Because the program is mostly online,] I was able to work full-time while earning my MPH, allowing me to gain the knowledge to support my current role as well as expanding my skillset for future career opportunities. The on-site sessions were a key benefit – they enhanced the student/instructor experience and allowed me to create a special bond with my classmates, the type of bond that can only happen through in-person interaction."
Nichole Pelz, 2015 Graduate
Clinical Research Manager, UW Division of Oncology, School of Medicine