Benedictine University’s Master of Public Health program has a 30-year legacy of success with more than 1,000 graduates working in organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Medical Association, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and at hospitals, health departments and nonprofits across the country.
What makes Benedictine’s MPH program so appealing?
• Opportunity to study on campus, online or both.
• Small class sizes.
• GRE waiver for qualified applicants.
• Some scholarships available.
• 94 percent of alumni report they were well-prepared for their career.
• Faculty are experienced practitioners who bring the real-world of public health into competency-based courses.
• Field placements, coffee chats, annual research symposium, alumni networking events and more allow students to connect with public health professionals.
• MPH Student Advisory Panel and participation in other organizations support leadership development.