College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Public Health > Graduate Programs > Public Health (MPH) > FAQ
The DePaul MPH courses are typically held on the Loop Campus. Occasionally, classes may be offered on the Lincoln Park Campus depending on the professor. All MPH courses are taught in the evening, from 6:00-9:15 pm.
The DePaul MPH program is well suited for working professionals, with all in-person class meetings taking place in the evening. Emphasizing student-centered, in-person instruction, the student-to-faculty ratio for the program is 8-to-1. As a cohort-based program with small class sizes, students receive personalized attention, mentoring, and advising from dedicated faculty and staff. Through the practicum, students gain nine months of applied public health experience.
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For the 2020-2021 academic year, graduate tuition for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Science is $715 per credit hour. The DePaul MPH program requires students to complete 56 credits hours. Full-time students take two classes per quarter, and classes are four credits each.
The MPH program offers a limited number of graduate assistantship positions, which include a stipend and tuition waiver.
Please refer to the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Scholarships page for more information.
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