MPH students enrolled in Purdue University’s Public Health Graduate Program engage with world-renowned researchers across campus to tackle pressing health concerns while pursuing a specialization in one of three concentration areas: Family and Community Health, Environmental Health and Health Statistics.
Purdue prides itself for its flexibility in designing individualized plans of study, involving students in faculty-led research projects and providing global experiences that match each student’s professional goals. Students complete their preparation for advanced employment after learning grantmanship through a community-based culminating project.
The MPH degree can be pursued on-campus (all concentrations) or through a fully online route (Family and Community Health concentration only at this time). On-campus training options include a combined degree (5-year: Bachelor + MPH degree); dual degree (MS/MA/PhD + MPH); or standalone 2-year degree.
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