Public Health Degree Programs
Is promoting health, preventing disease and transforming lives your passion? Make the world a healthier place by pursuing graduate studies in public health. The Public Health program prepares students to assume a wide-range of public health positions that address today’s most challenging population health issues.
Shenandoah University’s public health graduate programs are designed to meet your needs as a student and professional, as you learn how to improve health outcomes for a wide variety of populations. Our graduate certificate and master’s programs are offered online, allowing you to complete a complementary degree concurrently or as you continue to work in a healthcare field.
An MPH is a widely recognized and valued professional degree for those interested in entering the field of public health or pursuing continued work in the health professions.
Graduate Public Health Admissions
View application deadlines, program prerequisites, and submit your application for Shenandoah’s graduate Public Health programs through the Office of Admissions.
Students interested in enrolling in the dual Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Public Health must be admitted and successfully complete one term in the PharmD program prior to submitting an application to the MPH program.
Students interested in enrolling in the dual Master of Physician Assistant Studies/Master of Public Health must be admitted and successfully complete one term in the MPAS program prior to submitting an application to the MPH program.
Undergraduate Public Health Admissions
Shenandoah University operates on rolling admissions. This means that applications are accepted throughout the year, without specific application deadlines.
Freshmen applications are reviewed holistically. Shenandoah University invites applicants to supply all evidence to indicate their competence and eagerness to succeed in a demanding and exciting program of study.