Master of Public Health – Professional Option
You want to advance your role in the public health field while maintaining your career and family responsibilities. Complete your MPH in a 100% online setting or by blending the best of online and on-campus. Answer the calling to discover solutions to society’s challenges and make the community around you better than it was yesterday.
Enter the MPH Professional Option 48 credit hour program, which is best for recent graduates or career changers. Engage with a range of public health competencies, including community health and health policy management. Enjoy customizing your program with 12 elective credits. Build the skills to play an adaptable role as the needs of your community change today, tomorrow and in the future. Beginning in Fall 2020 this program will be renamed MPH Public Health Leadership, an updated degree plan will be available in early of 2020.
Pursue your MPH Professional Option 42 credit hour program for those with at least 3 years of work experience in public health or medical professions or applicants that already hold an advanced degree or are enrolled in a dual graduate program. Gain a strong foundation in public health core competencies as well as a focus in health management and policy. Enjoy customizing your program with 12 elective credits or request an evaluation of relevant prior masters’ coursework for potential application to the degree. Beginning in Fall 2020 this program will be renamed MPH Public Health Leadership, an updated degree plan will be available in early of 2020.
About the Program
Application Deadlines and Timeline
Cost, Scholarship, and Financial Aid
Average 2019 Admit Profile
Professional Option – 42 Hour
Professional Option – 48 Hour
|UG GPA: 3.45||UG GPA: 3.36|
|GRE Verbal: 153 or 61%||GRE Verbal: 152 or 56%|
|GRE Quantitative: 151 or 40%||GRE Quantitative: 150 or 38%|
|GRE Analytical Writing: 4 or 59%||GRE Analytical Writing: 3.5 or 41%|
Texas Residency is established at the time of admission to UNT Health Science Center. We encourage you to review the details for the residency status requirements posted by the Registrar’s Office.
This page was last modified on October 15, 2019