MPH Programs

Students demonstrate how infectious diseases are transmitted.

Students demonstrate how infectious diseases are transmitted

Gain skills to address emerging public health issues around the world

We protect the public's health by investigating and preventing disease, disability and death; developing and implementing health programs, education and policies; conducting and translating research; promoting healthy behaviors; and creating safe and healthy environments.

Choose your MPH program

Complete 44 to 49 credits of foundational, concentration-specific and elective public health courses, interprofessional collaborative practice activities, a field training experience, and a culminating project.

If you do not see a concentration that's right for you, tailor your MPH through an Individualized program.

More about the MPH

Program Facts

  • 210 MPH students
  • 35 full-time faculty
  • 100% job placement rate
  • CEPH-accredited
  • #37 in public health schools (U.S. News & World Report)
  • 6 MPH concentrations
  • Online MPH option
  • Global and research opportunities
The program's connections guide you in the right direction to succeed.

Gabe Hutton, MPH '16

Save time and costs through an accelerated MPH or a combined degree program

Earn an MPH in one year through an accelerated option for students with an MD, JD, PhD or other terminal degree, or professionals with significant post-college work experience.

Complete two degrees at the same time through a combined MPH program.

Enhance your education

Get ready for your public health career

Questions about the program?

Contact Miranda Bosse at mbosse@buffalo.edu