GW Public Health Online programs are designed to prepare students to become leaders in the field of public health and health care. Explore GW’s unique online campus, meet the renowned faculty that design and teach our Master of Public Health, Executive Master of Health Administration, and Master of Science in Management of Health Informatics and Analytics curricula, and learn more about the programs and individual courses in the videos below.
Welcome to MPH@GW
Designed to help public health professionals become successful leaders in the field and to make a positive impact on local and global communities, the rigorous MPH@GW curriculum is delivered by renowned GW faculty who are also public health industry experts. Students receive the same high-quality education as students who participate in the on-campus MPH programs.
The MPH@GW Difference
Learn more about the MPH@GW program from leadership team at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University.
MPH@GW Course Introductions
View the course introduction videos below to learn about MPH@GW courses directly from the professors that design and lead them.
MPH@GW Course Videos
MPH@GW students complete engaging coursework throughout the week leading up to weekly live online class sessions. This coursework utilizes multimedia tools such as video content, interactive quizzes, and recorded presentations, which can be viewed and completed online 24/7.
HealthInformatics@GW | Overview
HealthInformatics@GW | Immersion
HealthInformatics@GW | Affordable Care Act
HealthInformatics@GW | Internet of Things
HealthInformatics@GW | Wearable Technology
Health Informatics Course Introductions
View the course introduction videos below to learn about HealthInformatics@GW courses directly from the professors that design and lead them.