Master of Public Health Program

Year-round programs with faculty dedicated to student success, opportunities for research involvement and access to modern facilities. Classes offered evenings and online.

Master of Public Health PROGRAM

Logo for the Council on Education for Public HealthThe Master of Public Health (MPH) degree at The University of Toledo, is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) with a vision for a healthy and thriving Northwest Ohio.

The program’s mission is to promote, protect, and improve the well-being of all populations and advance health equity in Northwest Ohio and across the globe.

In support of its vision and mission, the MPH program has these goals:

  • Effectively educate and train students, equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary for public health practice in the community
  • Conduct and disseminate research that foster public health knowledge and promotes health equity in the community
  • Engage faculty, students, and community partners in collaborative service activities to build capacity and advance health equity in the community

The five MPH majors each require 45  credit hours for completion. Students in all five majors take 24 credit hours of core courses. Students then take 15 credit hours of major-specific courses and 6 credit hours of advised electives.

Dual majors (combining two of the five majors) are possible for all majors except the Generalist. A dual major requires 66 credit hours to complete. The MPH degree can be combined with any other graduate degree at the university to create a dual degree program. Up to 12 credit hours can be shared between the two degrees.  

MPH majors  

100% Online Program

Hybrid Programs (Courses offered in-person and online)

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Last Updated: 5/25/22