This web-based MPH@GW Master of Public Health program emphasizes local, national and global health practice as well as interdisciplinary teaching. The curriculum focuses on building your core competencies and skills through the use of cases and other materials from both the U.S. and abroad. The pedagogy allows you to tailor your studies to your own community-level, national or global interests. Coursework for this online public health master’s program emphasizes the following interdisciplinary public health competencies:
- Biostatistics and epidemiology
- Cultural competency
- Health communication
- Planning, implementation and evaluation methods
- Public health biology
- Systems thinking
Program Director: W. Douglas Evans, Ph.D., M.A.
MPH@GW students can complete the Master of Public Health program on a part-time or full-time basis, offering students the opportunity to customize their experience based on their personal or professional commitments.
To get started with MPH@GW, request more information below.