The College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University offers six options in the Master of Public Health program. Students enjoy small class sizes, access to over one hundred faculty members who are experts in a wide array of public health disciplines, four research centers, and access to faculty in OSU Health Extension with representation in all 36 Oregon counties. Our campus is set in a picturesque, walkable and bike-friendly town with easy access to the Cascade Mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and Portland.
The Master of Public Health Program at Oregon State University offers six disciplines.
The program is designed to be completed in two years, or six quarter terms.
Application deadlines are December 1 and March 1 and one cohort of students begins each fall.
See the OSU MPH General Student Handbook for information about transfer credits. Note that the consideration of transfer credits is determined after admission and matriculation by the student’s graduate advisor/committee on the Program of Study form, which is submitted to the Graduate School for approval.
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All work toward a master’s degree, including transferred credits, course work, thesis (if required), and all examinations, must be completed within seven years.
For information see the Graduate School's graduate assistantships page. Research assistantships are determined by individual faculty members who have research grant funding, interested applicants must contact faculty directly.
The H510 MPH internship is a 200-hour professional internship where knowledge from coursework is applied in a real-world setting. This is your opportunity to apply your existing skills and learn new ones by working within the field of public health.
Combine your classroom education in public health with invaluable real-world experience in this unique program. From hands-on projects that improve health in a community setting to a high-value internship, you constantly will be challenged to put your classroom learning into practice. This program also will prepare you for exciting new career opportunities working for non-government organizations (NGOs) in Asia and elsewhere in the world, multinational health organizations such as WHO and USAID, and for-profit and not-for-profit health groups and government health agencies.
This hybrid MPH degree provides you with the best of both worlds. You will take online courses in Year 1 and in-person courses on the Corvallis, Oregon, campus in Year 2. You will also complete an internship in India.
See OSU-India Hybrid MPH Program for additional details.
An Online MPH Program is currently in development. More information will be provided here when it is available.
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