The Master of Public Health (MPH) program at East Tennessee State University offers remarkable and unique combinations of a high quality learning experience with multiple opportunities for practice, research, and community service. Also, you can gain this experience in a low-cost, safe, and beautiful natural environment.
Incoming students have the option of enrolling on a full-time or part-time basis. While all five concentrations are available on campus, three concentrations (Health Services Administration, Epidemiology, and Community Health) are available fully online. This allows distance students and working professionals to pursue the program completely online while continuing to work and/or care for their families. Online courses are delivered via cutting-edge technology with live streaming and video archiving of lectures, and students have the option of joining class live or asynchronously at their convenience.
The following concentrations are offered in a completely online format:
Our online courses are taught by the same award-winning faculty who teach in our on-campus classrooms, and students will learn in an interactive online environment, as part of a program that was designed specifically for working professionals and those who prefer the flexibility of an online certificate program blended with the rigor and quality of an on-campus experience.
The ETSU College of Public Health is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CePH). In June 2015, CePH re-accredited the College for a full seven-year term, extending to 2022. Read the CePH Accreditation Report. The College is also a full member of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health.