Masters Degrees

Masters Degrees 

The college masters' degree programs offer exceptional value combining high quality programming with low cost. Graduates are prepared for advanced positions in the workforce or for doctoral training. The programs enjoy remarkably high job placement rates, alumni satisfaction and employer support.  Each banner below is hyperlinked to the appropriate program of study.


The goal of this degree program is to prepare environmental specialists by increasing understanding of interrelationships between environmental factors and human health. Environmental health service needs are complex and increasing because of changes brought about by economic and technological advances. Technical specialists in environmental health require a comprehensive education in basic and applied sciences.




The Master of Public Health program offers a competency-based approach to professional preparation for public health practice in any of five areas - Biostatistics, Community Health, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, and Health Services Administration. Each concentration provides students with the requisite skills to work in the respective area.  Many courses are available online through distance education technology. Fully online concentrations of study exist for Community Health, Epidemiology and Health Services Administration. Others are being planned. Dual Degree programs are also available.  Please contact the graduate coordinator for more information.

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