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The Master of Public Health program prepares students for a successful career as public health professionals. Students are prepared to work side-by-side with community healthcare teams for promoting public health education, service, and research.  We also offer a BS Health Promotion / Master of Public Health 4+1 program. 

Full-time students working towards a graduate degree in public health, are eligible for a 30% tuition-only scholarship applied to the full tuition rate.


Program Highlights

  • Applications are being accepted for Fall 2018
  • MPH students may choose to pursue one of three specialty tracks-- Epidemiology, Community Health Education or Generalist.
  • The MPH degree is comprised of competency areas that include biostatistics, epidemiology, health services administration, health education/behavioral science, and environmental health
  • Students complete a practicum, which provides real-world applications of their training and builds experience working directly with public health professionals.
  • Daemen’s learning environment provides an individualized and personal approach to learning with an exceptionally favorable student-to-instructor ratio.
  • 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.
  • Preparation is grounded in a curriculum that promotes excellence in public health education, community health service, research, and advocacy for the profession.

MPH Course Curriculum 

Additional Information

MPH Student Travels to Uganda

Daemen College student Lumeshwar Kumar gained valuable real-world experience that blended his undergraduate and graduate studies as a participant in a two-month public health project in rural Uganda. READ MORE

Alumni Spotlight- Kayla Deth

Many times over the past two years I have thought to myself, ‘I don’t know if I’ll ever have another job in my lifetime that I love as much as I love this one.’ What started as a 3-month practicum in 2016 was followed by a two-year commitment volunteering in a very poor area in the Dominican Republic. READ MORE


For more information, contact Brian Wrotniak at Bwrotnia@Daemen.edu or call 716-839-8298.