Master of Public Health (MPH) Program
Improving Public Health
The Public Health program prepares students to promote health, prevent disease, and protect the environment of our communities, locally and beyond. We achieve this through our evidence-based interdisciplinary approaches in education, research, practice, and community engagement. Discover what you can do with a Master of Public Health from the University of Cincinnati.
A Degree in A Growing Field
As a professional degree, skills gained through the UC MPH Program are recognized as being directly applicable to public health practice and careers worldwide. Choose between seven concentration areas that can help you develop in-demand skills in real-world settings.
- Environmental Public Health
- Global Health
- Health Education & Health Promotion
- Health Services Management
- Occupational Public Health
95% Placement Rate
Placement rate is based on the cohort of UC MPH students that graduated in academic year 2018-2019. Placement includes 1) employed, 2) continuing education/training and 3) not seeking employment by choice (CEPH 2020 annual report).
The UC MPH program is accredited by the Council of Education for Public Health (CEPH), the nationally recognized accrediting body for both schools of public health and public health programs.
All UC MPH concentrations are science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) designated. The classification of instructional program (CIP) code used for the UC MPH Program is 51.2202.
UC MPH students have the opportunity to learn from internationally recognized faculty and network with local public health leaders to build their professional network. Our program offers opportunities to interact with leading public health professionals from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC), University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UC Health), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), regional and local health departments, and more.
Jarrell named national emergency medicine fellow of the year
UC study: Can a mother’s stress impact children’s disease development?
Doarn serves as co-editor of two books
Department of Environmental & Public Health Sciences
Division of Public Health Sciences
Kettering Lab Building
160 Panzeca Way
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0056
Mail Location: 0056