A.T. Still University Online MPH

A.T. Still University Online MPH College of Graduate Health Sciences

The A.T. Still University (ATSU) College of Graduate Sciences (CGHS) is dedicated to educating health care professionals so that they have the necessary skills and knowledge to undertake management and administrative roles in the public health industry. The ATSU online MPH degree aims to ensure that all students become seasoned professionals and help create an elite body of graduates who are driven to make a difference to the future of health care.

In its endeavor to produce excellent leaders in multiple public health fields, the ATSU CGHS MPH has been designed so that it aligns closely with the newest US public health standards. All core courses are taught by highly qualified public health industry leaders, leading public health academics, and top national public servants, all of whom have doctoral-level degrees. Classes are limited to 16 students to allow for extensive one-on-one communication and learning opportunities for every individual.

The ultimate aim of the MPH is to empower students so that they are in a position to reach the highest professional levels possible in the public health industry. It includes traditional methods, as well as exciting new social media approaches, technological strategies, and resources that can be used to leverage their impact.

In addition to the on-campus MPH, the university offers an MPH with an emphasis on dentistry. This is the first program of its kind, and at this time, the only one in the world.

There is also a full-time online residency program available in the dental public health field that also results in an MPH. It has been designed specifically for dentists who are focusing their sights on a career in dental public health. In addition to learning about all the fundamental principles of public health (including biostatistics, epidemiology, behavioral sciences, environmental health, and healthcare policies and management issues), the course offers training in the ten dental public health competencies that are laid down by the American Board of Dental Public Health. There is also a field experience opportunity.

Online MPH Program Information

Program Length 15 courses, 2 electives, 64 credit hours
GPA 2.5 General MPH; 3 MPH Administration
GRE Information GRE Required: Yes
Tuition 2017: $70 application fee, $300 per semester technology and resource expense, $638 per credit hour tuition. Additional fees for books and reference materials required.
Program Type Hybrid
Program Options Full-Time
2017-18 Fall Block 2 – Deadline: October 2, 2017 – December 17, 2017 Start
2017-18 Spring Block 1 – Deadline January 8, 2018 – March 18, 2018 Start
2017-18 Spring Block 2 – Deadline March 26, 2018 – June 3, 2018 Start

Available Concentrations

General Masters In Public Health

Available Tracks General Masters In Public Health
Field Education Requirements 8 credit hours (240 contact hours in supervised public health environment)
Number of Credits Required 64 credits; Certificate credit hours vary, please check Certificate of interest.
Disclaimers and Notes Designed for busy professionals. A.T. Still is a top rated college.

Health Promotion and Communication

Available Tracks M.P.H.-D. (Dental)
Field Education Requirements 240 contact hours for 8 credit hours, pass / fail format
Disclaimers and Notes Asynchronous Program, 100% online, apart from field education requirement. A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) online Master of Public Health – Dental Emphasis (MPH-D) degree through the College of Graduate Health Studies (CGHS) is the first and only program of its kind in the world. The program allows for a seamless integration of dental content within its core MPH curriculum.

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