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The course information on this page provides a brief overview of general concepts covered in the MPH program. This information is meant to help you understand the type of information you will learn as an MPH student and the diverse ways that public health intersects with local, national, and global issues. An official description of each course along with course-level learning outcomes can be found in the Ohio University Graduate Catalogue.
The curriculum for Ohio University’s online Master of Public Health includes courses focused on the assessment, design, implementation and evaluation of health interventions in a community setting. Coursework culminates with an MPH capstone project in which you apply what you’ve learned to a community setting outside of the virtual classroom.
The 42-credit program consists of 14 three-credit courses that are each seven weeks long. You can earn your degree in as few as two years.
Master of Public Health - 42 credits
*Required for the epidemiology certificate
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