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MPH in Epidemiology MPH

Health Sciences

 

The Master of Public Health (MPH) in Epidemiology is designed to prepare students for a career in public health in either local, state or federal public health agencies or research settings. By providing students with a comprehensive foundation of population health principles, epidemiological methods and biostatistics, and study design, the MPH in Epidemiology will ensure students are proficient in the skills needed to successfully enter the public health workforce.

The MPH in Epidemiology is a 42 credit graduate program that includes courses shared across an interdisciplinary core as well as a required Applied Practice Experience and Integrative Learning Experience. Courses in epidemiologic methods and biostatistics are supplemented by courses in epidemiology content areas (e.g., cancer, disaster, public health surveillance) and public health electives from across the University of Delaware.

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college of university in a related discipline with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher. Official GRE scores from within the past 5 years. TOEFL score is required for all international students. Resume, statement of purpose and 2 letters of recommendation.

UD also offers an MPH in Health Policy and Management, available through the Biden School of Public Policy & Administration. The two MPH tracks share 15 credits of core courses, but diverge in specialized coursework. Applicants to the MPH must apply to a specific track.


UD Tuition:

The 2019-2020 UD published graduate student tuition rate per credit hour:

Public Health (Epidemiology Concentration)–MPH: $1,898.00

2019-2020 DEAN’S SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE:
Public Health (Epidemiology Concentration)–MPH
PER CREDIT HR:
  DE Resident: $1,423.00;   US Student: $1,423.00;   International: $1,423.00


Application Deadline:

FALL:
May-31 Priority consideration for admission
July-31: Final deadline to apply



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