College of Health Sciences
Master of Public Health
The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree at the University of Indianapolis is a professional program with a concentration in health disparities -- preventable differences in the health of various populations. Centered on the core public health values of community collaboration and social justice, UIndy’s MPH program intentionally combines academic preparation in current public health knowledge with planned, community-based projects embedded throughout coursework, plus an intensive professional practice experience. This unique curriculum, offered entirely through hybrid and online classes, provides UIndy MPH students the ability to practice essential skills for improving population health such as program planning, monitoring and evaluation, grant writing, culturally competent communication, advocacy, and leadership for improvement of public health. Format UIndy's MPH classes are offered in a combination of online and hybrid (online/weekend on-campus) formats. Some courses will be delivered completely online via ACE, UIndy’s online learning and resource portal, and can be viewed at your convenience. Hybrid classes will be delivered online, but have a required on-campus weekend component. The program also requires one week spent at the University of Indianapolis during the first summer of the student’s program. In total, the two-year program will require three trips to the UIndy campus. Program Length The UIndy MPH is a 45-credit program designed to be completed in two years, including summers.
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
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Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 3,000-5,999