Public Health Leaders for a Changing Urban Landscape
The mission of the Master of Public Health program is to prepare dynamic public health leaders to work collaboratively with diverse communities to prioritize and investigate health concerns to achieve lasting social change, and foster health equity to promote the health and well-being of all people.
The Master of Public Health Program has two concentrations, community health practice and social epidemiology. The program provides a collaborative, applied approach to education, focusing on health promotion and disease prevention with individuals, families, communities, and organizations. The objective of the program is to provide students with the professional
knowledge and practical skills they will need to identify and address community health needs as a working public health practitioner.
Features unique to DePaul's MPH
- Cohort-based learning model (admitting only occurs
Autumn quarter once per year)
- Integrated field work and classroom learning in the
practicum and capstone course sequence
- Ideal for working professionals; courses are offered in
the evening at the Loop Campus
- Students can complete the degree in two, three, or four
- Professors reflect the interdisciplinary nature of
public health and are from a number of departments throughout DePaul,
including anthropology, management, and sociology
- Many faculty and staff are current public health
The DePaul University MPH Program is
fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).