Graduate Programs

At the graduate level, students can pursue advanced study in public health through doctoral and master degrees and certificates and minors. 

The 90 credit Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Epidemiology and the Ph.D. in Health Policy and Management can be completed on a part time or full time basis. To learn more about the PhD Program in Epidemiology, visit PhD Program.

The 45 credit Master of Public Health (MPH) degree offers three concentration areas:  Epidemiology, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Health Policy and Management.  The MPH Program is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.   To learn more about the MPH Program, visit MPH Program.

The 51 credit Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree offers advanced study in health administration. This is the only MHA Program in Indiana accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).  The MHA program is also a member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. Joint degrees include the Master of Health Administration-Doctor of Jurisprudence (MHA-JD), which is offered with the Indiana University School of Law, and the Master of Health Administration-Master of Business Administration (MHA-MBA), which is offered with the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. To learn more about the MHA program, visit the Master of Health Administration Program.

Graduate certificate programs include the Graduate Certificate in Public Health (15 credits),the Graduate Certificate in Health Policy (17-18 credits), and the Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management (15 credits). To learn more about the Graduate Certificate Program, visit Graduate Certificate Program.

The 12 credit minors are available to students currently enrolled in doctoral programs.  To learn more about the doctoral minors available in Public Health and Epidemiology, visit Doctoral Minors.