Master of Public Health Program
MPH Degree Options
Oregon State University offers a comprehensive range of MPH degree options in six tracks
- Environmental and Occupational Health
- Health Management and Policy
- Health Promotion and Health Behavior
- International Health
All MPH students take a common MPH core of five courses in the following areas: epidemiology, biostatistics, health systems organization, environmental health, and health behavior. In addition, each MPH track has specific course requirements.
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
Public Health MPH and PhD graduate programs accept applications to Fall term only.
Beginning in July 2014, should the OSU CPHHS receive accreditation, it will separate from the OMPH program and operate as an independently accredited college of public health. Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (pdf) to see how this transition effects MPH students.
How to apply to the MPH program
MPH applications for Fall 2014 are submitted through SOPHAS. See the Public Health Graduate Programs Application page for details.