The Master of Public Health (MPH) program is designed to address the needs of individuals who aim to promote and protect the health and well-being of human populations as public health professionals. Master’s degrees in public health are intended to prepare public health professionals for a broad range of positions within public health practice. There is currently increased demand throughout the world as the need and expectation for high quality public health services continues to grow. The UM-Flint MPH program is designed to enable students to excel in their chosen careers in the medical profession as both participants and leaders in the field. The program provides graduates the knowledge and skills necessary to develop broad-based and collaborative strategies to contribute to successfully resolving the public health challenges of not only today, but tomorrow as well.
The UM-Flint Master of Public Health is a collaborative program which combines the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Certificate in Foundations of Public Health (CFPH) program with additional UM-Flint coursework to complete the MPH degree. Graduates will earn both the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor CFPH and the UM-Flint MPH degree.
Students may complete the program full or part-time, with 100% of the CFPH courses online.