The Master of Public Health (MPH) program is designed to educate students in areas that are vital to local, national, and international public health concerns. The curriculum for the Master of Public Health degree program comprises of core competencies, specialized courses, electives, and a practicum experience or applied research proposal. This curriculum covers a wide range of topics in order to assist students to enhance their knowledge, skills, and capacities as public health leaders.

Students will gain the skills needed to excel in the crucial profession of public health and learn about local, national, and international public health issues as part of the MPH program. MPH students will learn how to address health-related challenges like managing infectious illnesses, enhancing access to healthcare, and lowering environmental risks through class discussions, journal entries, research papers, assignments, and one-on-one contact with our MPH instructors.

Enjoy Flexibility – 12 courses with start dates every 2 weeks
Choose Where You Learn – Online courses
Affordable Monthly Payments – Elect to pay just $375 per month

Achieve Educational Goals and Career Mobility

  • Full-time students can complete the MPH program as little as 18 months
  • Network as you learn
  • Interact with respected public health leaders and fellow professionals
  • Continue professional development
  • Grow your public health philosophy
  • Pursue senior roles
  • Familiarize yourself with new technology tools

The mission of Aspen’s School of Nursing & Health Sciences is to enhance the health and quality of life for individuals, families, and communities at local, state, and national levels through excellence in teaching, scholarship, and practice.

Is this MPH program for you?

Applicants to our MPH program should have an interest in improving the health, health disparities and the health status of individuals, communities and of our society as a whole. Applicants should want to make a difference in the health of our nation, looking towards bringing together public health organizations, services and professionals together to focus on preventing illness and promoting the welfare of the entire population.

Salary and employment information for MPH degreed graduates is provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Health Services Manager
Health Education Specialists and Community Health Worker

For more information about the program, see the Academic Catalog.

Admission Requirements

  • Application – A completed application.
  • Baccalaureate Degree Transcripts – Official transcript demonstrating a conferred bachelor degree from an institution that is accredited by a CHEA recognized accrediting body or an international equivalent, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater.
  • Military Documentation (Optional) – A copy of the most recent orders; or a copy of DD214 (This can be requested from the National Archives.)