Wright State University’s (WSU) Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) program’s mission is to provide interdisciplinary graduate education, research, service, and leadership in public health. This is accomplished through the core foundational purpose of preparing the public health workforce capacity in partnership with local public health.
The WSU M.P.H. program is responsive to the educational needs of working public health and other professionals in Southwest Ohio who serve a population of nearly three million residents. The university and faculty are committed to working with key stakeholders and organizations in the community.
Its diverse student body includes in-career professionals, medical students, recent college graduates, and individuals making a career change. The program is designed for working professionals, allowing the necessary flexibility to work full-time. M.P.H. students have the option to complete their capstone as a course, research project, or independent project, to meet the specific interests and goals of each student.