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Master of Public Health

Academics

Curriculum

The MPH program is 42 credit-hours offered fully online, with a focus on health education and promotion. You'll be able to complete the degree in as little as two years. We offer extended plans of study of up to 5 years. Applied practice experience and integrative learning experiences are a key part of the curriculum. You’ll engage with Wingate University community partners including health departments, public schools, nonprofit organizations, healthcare institutions and more. Inter-professional experiences will help prepare you to work in settings and sectors such as child welfare, education, healthcare and law enforcement. You will also be eligible to sit for the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam upon successful graduation.

Course Delivery

All classes are taught via Canvas and delivered both asynchronously and synchronously. In addition, video conferencing via Zoom is used. Because of the fully online format, students will be required to have a working computer and internet or WiFi connectivity in order to download both platforms to their computer, mobile device or tablet.

Course Descriptions

Questions?

Dr. Shanta R. Dube, PhD, MPH
Director of Master of Public Health Program
s.dube@wingate.edu

Dr. Suzie S. Wolf, DHSc, MPH, PA-C
Program Director, Department of Public Health
s.wolf@wingate.edu