Ohio State University College of Public Health

1739 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43210
(614) 292-2295

MPH Program Overview

The MPH program from the Ohio State University College of Public Health is a 45-48 credit hour program that is made up of core classes, classes based on specialization choice, a practicum, and a culminating capstone project. Full time students finish within 1.5-2 years while part time students generally finish their education within three years. It is a campus based program designed to help provide all of the skills and abilities that a student needs to move their career forward into the future.

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MPH Curriculum and Courses

The MPH program is made up of several core classes which include:

• Introduction to Health Care Organization
• Principles of Epidemiology
• Preventing Disease and Promoting Health Through Behavioral Science
• Principles of Environmental Health
• Design and Analysis of Studies in the Health Sciences I

After these courses are completed students will choose a specialization from one of seven different areas that will come with a number of different classes related to the specialization in question. These areas of concentration are:

• Veterinary Public Health
• Biostatistics
• Clinical Translational Science
• Epidemiology
• Health Services Management and Policy
• Health Behavior and Health Promotion
• Environmental Health Sciences

MPH Admissions

Admission to the program is based on a number of criteria that students must meet in order to be considered. These requirements include:

• GPA of 3.0
• Bachelor’s or higher degree
• Letters of recommendation
• Statement of intent
• GRE Scores no older than five years
• All transcripts of any college activity

Students can learn more about applying to the program through the official website.

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MPH Tuition and Financial Aid

Ohio State University is one of the largest universities in the entire country and as such it offers a bevy of different financial aid options for students to select from. Scholarships, grants, and loans are the most common. Tuition costs will vary based on a number of different factors.

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