Master’s in Public Health – Marshall University

The Master’s in Public Health degree program provides students with education and training to equip students for a broad range of careers including work in public health practice, research, and policy. Two areas of emphasis are offered to students.

Areas of Emphasis:

  • Global and Community Health

    • The Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis in Global and Community Health provides students with training focused on critical needs for community health professionals skilled in risk assessment, education, intervention, and program managenment.

  • Research Evaluation and Policy

    • The Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis in Research Evaluation and Policy is designed to train health professional with advanced training in research methods, biostatistics, analysis, and health policy.

Admission Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

  • Submission of 3 letters of recommendation. Two must be from previous faculty if the applicant has engaged in full-time post-secondary study in the previous five years.

  • Resume of Work history or curriculum vitae.

  • Personal statement not exceeding two pages in length.

  • Submission of scores for either the Graduate Record Examination, or from an alternative doctoral level health professions examination administered within five years.


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