We have the degrees to match your educational and professional goals.
You can now complete your degree 100% online, in seated classes (on campus) or a mix of both formats.
Start on your MPH degree while you’re finishing your bachelor’s degree. Finish your MPH degree sooner.
Earn master’s degrees in health administration (MHA) and public health (MPH). Take classes you can apply toward both degrees and finish in less time.
Try a related graduate certificate
If you don’t need a full master’s degree, consider a certificate.
You can also earn one of the two certificates as an add-on to your MPH degree.
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At Missouri State, you'll work alongside expert researchers like program director Dr. David Claborn.
Why earn a master’s degree in public health at Missouri State?
Save on tuition
Earn your public health degree from one of the most affordable programs in the country. Support your education with scholarships and financial aid.
Be ready for certification
Become a certified pro. When you graduate, you're eligible to take the public health national certification exam.
Get involved in research
As a student, you can conduct research and do service work while you complete your degree. Faculty research areas include substance abuse, disaster preparedness, mental health and much more.
Blend health care with administration
What's better than one master's degree? Two master's degrees. Try the dual degree option in public health and health administration. You can apply course work toward both degrees and finish sooner.
Build the skills you need to work in public health roles for government or organizations.