Earn Your MPH Faster & More Affordably
The Bachelor/Master of Public Health (MPH) programs are designed for undergraduate College of Health Sciences students who have an early interest in pursuing an MPH degree. The joint program curriculum allows students to earn undergraduate and 10-17 graduate credits at the same time, which then count for both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
An additional benefit for undergraduate students is that they will be completing graduate courses at the undergraduate tuition rate while they are enrolled in the joint program.
The degrees are independent; each is awarded when completed, with specific courses accepted for the MPH degree after the bachelor degree is awarded. The joint program courses are offered in a variety of delivery formats including face-to-face, evenings, mixed-mode, and online. Admission and course requirements of each joint undergraduate/graduate program are at the bottom of this page.
Two Concentrations Available
The University of Michigan-Flint’s Master of Public Health program has two concentration options (depending upon the BS degree you are pursuing):
- Health Administration
- Health Education
Real-life Rigor on Your Resume
- You will have at least two resume worthy experiences in the community through an internship and a capstone where you develop health related projects to be used by agencies to accomplish their mission.
- UM-Flint faculty work closely with you throughout these culminating experiences, allowing you to develop skills that address current public health challenges to prepare you for a career as a public health professional.
Flexibility That Fits Your Life
- Start the MPH program while an undergraduate student.
- The MPH program at UM-Flint can be completed either on a part-time or full-time basis.
- The program has rolling admissions and reviews completed applications each month, admitting students in our fall, winter and spring semesters.
- Individualized degree completion plans are developed for each student.
- A number of MPH courses are offered online. These online courses are offered through high-quality course management systems and are taught by the same expert faculty who teach on-campus courses.
U-M Research Resource
- UM-Flint’s MPH students are involved in research
- UM-Flint is part of the world-renowned University of Michigan system, enabling students to tap into additional resources at the Dearborn and Ann Arbor campuses.
- Graduates of the MPH program possess the knowledge and skills necessary to develop broad-based, collaborative strategies for creating successful resolutions to public health challenges.
- 91% of graduates responding to the alumni survey indicated they are employed within one year from graduation.
- MPH alumni are employed at agencies such as Wayne County Health Authority, Genesee County Health Department, Great Lakes Bay Health Centers, Altarum, Underground Railroad with titles of Population Health Project Specialist, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, HIV Prevention Manager, Public Health Analyst, Sexual Assault Prevention Educator.