This 3+2 program consists of three years of undergraduate coursework in the BS in public health where you will complete core public health courses, followed by two years of MPH coursework including foundational and concentration courses, electives, a field training experience and a culminating project.
Students complete a minimum of 107 credits in the BS in Public Health before entering the MPH. A total of 13 credits taken during the MPH program are shared with the BS in public health degree.
All courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise indicated.
Students in the Public Health BS are waived from the following major requirements if admitted to the 3+2 program:
Nine credits of graduate electives taken during the MPH, 3 credits of the final MPH Culminating Project, and 1 credit of the MPH Field Training Experience are shared shared with the BS in Public Health to meet the 120-credit Bachelor's degree requirement.
Students entering the major take a Communication Literacy II course.