Epidemiology is scientific, systematic, data-driven, and a rewarding academic path if you want to develop an epidemiological orientation to public health problems with an emphasis on methodological and quantitative skills.

Our 42-credit master of public health (MPH) in epidemiology is a generalized degree that provides an opportunity to expand your knowledge base, broaden your perspectives, and enhance your research skills. The practicum experience may involve work in governmental, nongovernmental, nonprofit, industrial, and for-profit settings or appropriate university-affiliated settings.

MPH in epidemiology course requirements:

  • Five public health core courses (15 credits)
  • Four epidemiology and biostatistics core courses (12 credits)
  • Three epidemiology electives (9 credits)
  • Practicum (3 credits)
  • Culminating experience (3 credits)