Department of Public Health
There are two separate steps to apply:
1. You must apply to the UIS Graduate School
Unlike undergraduate programs, which allow students to simply apply to the university and declare a major, graduate application is two separate processes.
2. You must also apply to Master of Public Health program office
- MPH Program Requirements
- Earn Your Degree Online no campus visits are required!
- Graduate Certificates
- Resources for federal, state and private organizations
Beginning Fall 2017 Applicants to the Master of Public Health Degree must submit a GRE Report prior to consideration!
Information concerning the GRE test is available here
In the News…
Five MPH faculty members presented abstracts of their projects at the American Public Health Association Conference in Chicago in November, 2015. Shown (left to right) are Dr. Josiah Alamu, and Dr. Kristin Osiecki.
The UIS Online Master of Public Health Program is among the most affordable in the nation!
Study Author Iris Stone notes, “The online courses are heavily integrated with the on-campus classes, ensuring that distance education students receive the same caliber education as their local counterparts.”
(left to right) Jessica Pugh, Trent Brass, Ekaete Okon, MPH Chair Dr. Josiah Alamu,
Monique Kimani, Staci Coussens, and Sayla Simi Read more here
Associate Professor Emerita, Dr. Sharron LaFollette named to CDC Board
Sharron LaFollette, professor of public health at theUniversity of Illinois Springfield, has been appointed to a 3-year term on a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) board tasked with protecting America’s health. Read More
|The UIS-MPH-Environmental Health Degree program is fully accredited by The National Environmental Health Science & Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC).|
|US News and World Report says UIS Among Top Regional Universities!|
| For 2014 Kiplinger’s Magazine
listed the UIS Master in Public Health as one of the TOP ADVANCED DEGREES worth the cost!!