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The best way to be sure that the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program or school you choose will meet the standards in the industry is to ensure it has the accepted US accreditation. There is only one national accrediting body for MPH degrees, the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), but there are several regional bodies that issue accreditation that indicate a university complies with standards within different states.
The CEPH is an independent accreditation agency for public health programs and schools of public health officially recognized by the United States Department of Education. They evaluate public health schools and programs to make sure they meet the standards of the public health industry in the USA. If the school or program is accredited by the CEPH, one can rest assured that it meets stringent quality standards.
This means not only that the course will be top notch, but also that potential employers will know that it meets the best possible professional standards. This will give students an advantage over applicants who have studied at schools, or enrolled in programs that are not accredited.
Also, the CEPH, the US Department of Education recognizes six regional associations that do regional accreditation. These bodies do accreditation according to physical locations within the US, to ensure that institutions offering public health programs meet acceptable industry standards. They do not accredit public health programs.
Regional Associations Recognized by the US Department of Education:
There is also a Council on Education for Public Health that accredits public health programs and schools of public health in the US (including those offering “distance education”), at baccalaureate and graduate degree levels for participation in Title IV programs.
These programs are authorized under the Higher Education Act, and they provide federal student aid including loans and grants, as well as federal work-study.
|Schools with Online MPH Programs|
|A.T. Still University Online MPH|
|Benedictine University Online MPH|
|Concordia University of Nebraska Online MPH|
|Creighton University Online MPH|
|Des Moines University Online MPH|
|East Tennessee State University Online MPH|
|Emory University Online MPH|
|Florida A&M University Online MPH|
|George Washington University Online MPH|
|Idaho State University Online MPH|
|Johns Hopkins University Online MPH|
|Liberty University Online MPH|
|Loma Linda University Online MPH|
|Loyola University Online MPH|
|Medical College of Wisconsin Online MPH|
|New Mexico State University Online MPH|
|New York Medical College Online MPH|
|Northern Illinois University Online MPH|
|Nova Southeastern University Online MPH|
|OHSU-PSU School of Public Health Online MPH|
|Rivier University Online MPH Programs|
|San Jose State University Online MPH|
|Simmons College Online MPH Program|
|Tulane University Online MPH|
|University at Albany-SUNY Online MPH|
|University of Alabama Online MPH|
|University of Alaska Online MPH|
|University of California Berkeley Online MPH|
|University of Florida Online MPH|
|University of Illinois Online MPH|
|University of Massachusetts-Amherst Online MPH|
|University of Minnesota Online MPH|
|University of Montana Online MPH|
|University of Nebraska Medical Center Online MPH|
|University of New England Online MPH|
|University of North Carolina Online MPH|
|University of North Texas Online MPH|
|University of South Carolina Online MPH|
|University of South Florida Online MPH|
|University of Southern California Online MPH|
|University of West Florida Online MPH|
|West Virginia University Online MPH|
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