Master of Public Health Program

Dual concentrations

Master of Public Health students may chose a dual concentration by selecting any two of the three concentrations offered within the MPH Program. A dual concentration takes 21 additional semester credit hours. Possible combinations include:

  • Public Health Epidemiology and Health Education and Promotion
  • Public Health Epidemiology and Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Science
  • Health Education and Promotion and Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Science

Dual concentrations (combining two of the concentrations) are possible for all concentrations except the Generalist. A dual concentration 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.  

Plan of Study

Last Updated: 4/30/24