Master of Public Health
UND's M.P.H. Program has a 100% graduate employment rate in health-related careers and is home to the only online Indigenous Health program in the United States.
The UND M.P.H. Program offers specializations in Health Management & Policy and Indigenous Health via asynchronous online format and Population Health Research & Analytics via a hybrid asynchronous/synchronous online format. The UND M.P.H. Program also offers an Accelerated B.S./M.P.H. degree via asynchronous online format, allowing students to complete both a bachelor's and master's in Public Health from anywhere in the world in just five years.
UND's M.P.H. Program
Applicants to the M.P.H. Program must demonstrate adequate preparation to complete graduate study for the M.P.H. degree.
Earning your M.P.H. degree is affordable through in-state tuition for WICHE residents, STEM loan forgiveness, assistantships, waivers and low interest loan consolidation.
Enrich your experience as an M.P.H. student and jump-start your career with practicums and fellowships.
View plans of study, listing of course options and course descriptions.
The M.P.H. Program offers a 13 credit graduate certificate in two areas of emphasis: General Public Health and Population Health Research & Analytics.
The M.P.H. Program is offered on-site in Grand Forks, ND, Bismarck, ND, Minot, ND, and Casper, WY and via distance from anywhere in the United States.
Leaders in Quality Education
The University of North Dakota M.P.H. Program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.