Kent State University's College of Public Health was created to bridge public safety and health career pathways and to address a nationwide shortage of public health workers by the year 2020.
The masters degree in Public Health includes five specialty areas – Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences and Health Policy and Management. The five specializations are actually five separate MPH programs. KSU is proud to be on the forefront of this field by being one of only two schools to offer Ohio MPH programs.
The curriculum consists of a minimum of 46 credit hours organized in four curricular domains:
The curriculum for each of the five MPH programs in Ohio is designed to help students develop real-world knowledge and skills needed to pursue success in the public health industry. Fill out the form to the right to receive additional information.
* Source: Association of Schools of Public Health, 2009.
The minimum requirements for this Ohio MPH program are:
1. Apply online to KSU's MPH programs or send your transcripts, letters of recommendation and standardized test scores to:
Graduate Studies Admissions
Kent State University
650 Hilltop Dr.
Kent, OH 44242
2. Email admission questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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