The Master of Public Health program at Georgia Regents University prepares public health leaders proficient in the application and dissemination of knowledge and skills to prevent disease, improve the delivery of health services, and promote the health of populations. The program attracts professionals from diverse clinical and non-clinical backgrounds, including medicine, nursing, allied health, business, finance, economics, engineering, and information systems.
Graduates are prepared to be leaders in health care institutions, public health organizations, the pharmaceutical and information technology industries, and research institutions. With 90 percent of the program offered online, our program supports the working professional in pursuit of a graduate degree and can be completed in two full-time years, with part-time options available.
• Master of Public Health with a Concentration in Environmental Health
• Master of Public Health with a Concentration in Health Informatics
• Master of Public Health with a Concentration in Health Management
• Master of Public Health with a Concentration in Social and Behavioral Science (Coming Spring 2016)
Financial aid is available. Graduate students use the standard application process for federal aid, scholarships, and the HOPE Scholarship Programs (if applicable). As a graduate student, you may qualify for scholarships, loans, and employment.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Minimum of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.