PHLP: Master of Public Health with Global Online Track (MPH Online) Details

UNC Gillings Program Details
PHLP: Master of Public Health with Global Online Track (MPH Online)

Overview of PHLP Master of Public Health with Global Online Track (MPH Online)

Program Focus

The Online Global Public Health track is intended to provide working professionals from around the world with interdisciplinary knowledge and analytical skills needed to design, implement and evaluate policies and programs to address complex global public health issues as leaders in the field. Potential students will have a bachelor’s degree (e.g. in nursing, pharmacy, science, social science, engineering or public health), or a professional degree (e.g. in medicine, dentistry, and law), and preferably 3 years or more of work experience.  After viewing the GPS overview, see our Global Online MPH partner page for additional information.

General Information

Minimum Credit Hours:
42
Learning Environment:
Online
Dual Degree Options Available:
No
Application Cycle:
Fall
SOPHAS Application must be submitted by January 2, 2017
Application Deadline 1:
February 1, 2017
SOPHAS Application must be submitted by January 2, 2017
Application Deadline 2:
February 14, 2017
Deadlines vary - see "Application Details" for more information

Program Costs & Funding

Funding:
For 2015-2016, students in this program received funding from various UNC sources, including department, School and University. Data below include only funding administered by UNC. Categories are not mutually exclusive.
All Online MPH:

  • 14% of students received some tuition support.
  • 27% of students received some loans.
  • 13% of students received non-service awards.
  • 2% received some teaching assistantships, research assistantships, or other temporary compensation.

During the Program

Required Courses:
For a detailed description of all the requirements for this degree program please click here for the Student Handbook.

After the Program

The Gillings Program Search is a tool for exploring academic programs at the School. It is a prospectus for the current year to be used in consultation with an academic adviser and does not constitute the complete degree or program requirements for graduation or program completion.

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