The Master of Public Health (MPH) program is designed to prepare graduates for a successful career as public health professionals. Students are prepared to work side-by-side with community health care teams for promoting public health education, service and research at local, national, and global levels, and that respect and understand cultural, socioeconomic, and racial/ethnic issues to make a difference in public health. Preparation is grounded in a curriculum that promotes:

Program Highlights

Student-Centered Learning
Daemen’s private College learning environment provides an individualized and personal approach to learning, with an exceptionally favorable student-to-instructor ratio.

Students completing an MPH degree will be prepared for important and rewarding career opportunities in areas that include health departments, managed care, community-based organizations, consulting firms, hospitals, academic institutions, global health organizations, and research teams.

Flexible Schedule
Daemen’s unique curricular design allows for interdisciplinary collaboration. A later afternoon/evening design and a portion of the curriculum in a hybrid or online format is geared toward the working student. This 45 credit program can be completed in a full-time format in approximately 16-21 months, or a part-time format is also possible.


About Our Program

MPH Course Curriculum 

Additional Information

Barbara Olivieri

Public Health

As a nontraditional student it can be difficult to manage work and home life. The classes are offered in the evening, which makes the program manageable for the working professional. Read More

For more information, contact Brian Wrotniak,
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