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Online Master of Public Health Generalist

Devise new ways to accomplish better living for people with FIU Online’s Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, offered through the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work. It is one of the most respected programs in the nation offered by a top-tier, public research institution with the highest Carnegie Classification for Institutions of Higher Education.

This fully online MPH program offers students a generalist concentration, which provides students with a comprehensive education plan that incorporates the many fields within public health rather than one specialization area. As a result, graduates are prepared for interdisciplinary public health careers that investigate the epidemiology or distribution of diseases, as well as social and environmental determinants of health among diverse populations, locally or globally. Students also learn about planning and evaluating public health programs, environmental health and safety, and using existing health policies to make a difference as they influence policy development in support of optimizing population health.

Devise new ways to accomplish better living for people with FIU Online’s Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, offered through the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work and ranked #2 best online MPH by TheBestschools.org.

Program at a glance

  • Program cost

    $27000 ($600 per credit hour)

  • Number of credits

    45 credit hours

  • Program type

    Asynchronous

  • Learning Modality

    Online

  • Admission deadline

    June 1st -- Fall admission

    October 1st -- Spring admission

Program requirements

FIU Online’s Master of Public Health requires completion of 45 credit hours of approved coursework with a minimum of a ‘B’ (3.0) average. Public Health Core courses must be passed with a grade of ‘B’ or higher. All work applicable to the degree must be completed within six years of first enrollment in the master’s program.

Required courses

Five courses (3-credits per course) are to be selected to reflect the Online MPH competency-based objectives that allows the learning outcome in the integration of interdisciplinary public health programs.

  • PHC 6000 Epidemiology I: Intro to Public Health Epidemiology
  • PHC 6065 Public Health Statistics
  • PHC 6102 Introduction to Public Health Policy and Management
  • PHC 6315 Introduction to Environmental Health Sciences
  • PHC 6410 Health Behavior and Public Health

Careers

Prepare yourself to become a professional in an array of areas that support the health of the public as this program enhances the skills and qualifications of professionals working in the healthcare sector. Of note, physicians, dentists and other health practitioners are increasingly obtaining an MPH to enhance their professional careers, and to better participate in a rapidly changing healthcare environment. The reason for this is that there is a growing need for public health professionals.

Students can expect to obtain transformational careers with a student-centered approach that include:

  • Affordable program tuition
  • Public health education that complements all health professional degrees
  • Flexible schedules for full-time and part-time learning
  • Accommodations for working professionals pursuing a graduate degree while employed
  • Public health education complements all health professional degrees

Contact us 

For more information, please contact Fiorella Suyon, Public Health Admissions Coordinator at 305.348.1674 or fsuyon@fiu.edu