Masters of Public Health
The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree is a practice based degree and is the most recognized professional-level credential in public health. BYU's nationally accredited MPH degree will assist students to fulfill core requirements in areas of knowledge basic to public health.
The mission of the BYU MPH program is to develop future public health leaders who drive change that improves the health and well-being of communities, families, and individuals. To this end, the program prepares students to conduct public health surveillance, and to plan, implement, and evaluate public health programs and policies that focus on at-risk populations in both domestic and international settings.
The MPH program responds to the needs of health professionals who wish to expand their career options in public health. Promising career options and national certifications are available upon graduation with this degree.