Virginia Public Health Association

George Mason Launches 100% Online MPH Program

11 Oct 2016 12:57 PM | Deleted user

George Mason offers a 100% online Master of Public Health degree concentration in Public Health Practice.This accredited degree program is designed for individuals interested in advancing their skills and careers in the community and public health space while continuing to work in their current positions. Courses are taught by full-time faculty members and carefully selected adjunct faculty with highly specialized expertise and experience in their field, no graduate teaching assistants.  Class sizes are small and each course is designed to facilitate student –to– student collaboration and faculty interaction.  The program offers a competitively priced tuition making our program an affordable alternative to many of the programs offered at other schools of public health. Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2017, the inaugural class!  The application can be found at www.sophas.org, and the deadline to apply is March 1, 2017.

Please feel free to contact Dr. Robert Weiler, Professor and Chair (rweiler@gmu.edu), or MPH Program Coordinator, Kelly Beckwith (kbeckwi2@gmu.edu) if you have questions about this new online MPH program.

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