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Master of Public Health

100% Online Courses

Creating Healthy Communities 

Enrolling Now, Classes Begin February 25, 2019


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The Master of Public Health at Bay Path University was designed to give students an advantage, by offering unique curriculum with a focus on epidemiology and management. This professional, practice-based degree prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in a variety of public health settings at the local, state, federal, and international level. Graduates can work in a variety of settings including governmental organizations, community-based agencies, non-profit entities, schools, and medical facilities. 

A public health degree is a minimum requirement for many high demand jobs, including epidemiologists, environmental health specialists, public health policy advisors, advanced health educators, and health survey researchers.

About the Degree

DID YOU KNOW? bay path designed this program for any college graduate (regardless of your undergraduate degree) who wishes to pursue a career in public health
  • Classes start every February and October
  • 100% online, 42 credit, 14 course program
  • Flexible format provides students the opportunity to receive graduate education while continuing with family life, work, and other commitments
  • Program learning objectives consistent with those of the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH): Evidence-based Approaches to Public Health, Public Health & Health Care Systems, Planning & Management to Promote Health, Policy in Public Health, Leadership, Communication, Inter-professional Practice, and Systems Thinking
  • Innovative curriculum includes courses dedicated to epidemiology (enabling graduates to participate in the identification of public health hazards, evaluate interventions, and monitor data), as well as courses in management, such as organizational leadership, negotiation skills, and human & fiscal management
  • Collaborate with a network of like-minded professionals and supportive faculty in a small, intimate, highly dynamic and interactive online community
  • Access to mentoring, tutoringlibrary resourcesacademic resources, and career services to assist students in becoming independent and successful learners
  • Financial aid is available 
  • No GMAT or GRE required

Dr. McPhee, Program Coordinator for
the Master of Public Health program, recently attended the 3rd Annual Community Partners in Prevention Leadership Forum where he was able to meet with State Senator Eric Lesser and Hampden-Wilbraham School District Superintendent Al Ganem. They discussed the new Bay Path University Master of Public Health degree program.