Online Master of Public Health
Public Health is an essential function of modern society. The goal of this degree program is for professors to prepare students to be competent public health practitioners who can help build healthy communities by assuring the conditions in which people can be healthy. The Public Health curriculum stresses analytical skills, cultural competence, scientific knowledge and understanding of social justice necessary for practicing the core functions of public health, assessment, policy development, and assurance. We have developed a national reputation for delivering online education better than most through cutting edge technology, quality instruction while creating community.
UIS gives you access to award winning online education
Where you receive your degree matters. The University of Illinois at Springfield is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. We have received numerous awards for excellence in online education, and we provide our online students with the same dynamic learning experience as our on-campus students. Students in our online program are taught by the same professors who teach in our on-campus program, and our online students are supported both by faculty advisors and an online coordinator.
All students accepted into online degree programs, including those residing out of state, pay e-tuition, which is far below the rate for traditional out of state students attending UIS. For more detailed information on our e-tuition, please visit our tuition page.
Read more about our curriculum and application requirements:
- Master of Public Health General (offered online and on-campus)
- Master of Public Health – Environmental Health (offered online and on-campus – STEM designated degree)
- Master of Public Health and Master of Public Administration (offered online and on-campus)
- Master of Public Health and Health and Human Services. (offered on-campus)
- Graduate Certificates (offered online and on-campus)
For more information, the MPH Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 217-206-8613