The Purdue Graduate MPH degree program includes four tracks from which you may choose. All tracks prepare you for leadership positions in the public health arena.

  • Combined Master’s (4+1) — Students completing a bachelor’s degree in selected academic units may apply for admission to the MPH program in their junior year. Undergraduate and graduate courses will be combined over the next two years, permitting completion of both the BS and MPH degrees in five years.
  • Stand-Alone Master’s — Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree and meet stipulated eligibility criteria may be admitted directly to the College of Health and Human Sciences to pursue the MPH degree.
  • Stand-Alone Master's (Online) Flexible and 100% online program for students who have completed their bachelor's degree and meet the admissions requirements for the online program. 
  • Dual-Degree PhD/MS/MA + MPH — Students interested in pursuing an MPH in combination with another graduate degree must apply to the academic unit of their choosing for admission to that unit’s graduate program. Students may also apply to the MPH program at the time of initial application for graduate study or subsequently during graduate training. 

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