Students in the online Master of Public Health (MPH@GW) program at GW’s Milken Institute School of Public Health are at the forefront of creating solutions to our biggest health challenges—both in our own backyard and around the world.
Regardless of your location, aspiring public health leaders like you benefit directly from the only school of public health in Washington, D.C. Our faculty, researchers and students maximize long-standing relationships with the world’s most influential health organizations to develop groundbreaking models for national and international health care reform, spearhead initiatives and programs that fight disease, improve community health policy and assess the quality of care around the world.
The program delivers a unique blend of live classes hosted in an online classroom and real-world experience working in a hands-on public health practicum. Courses are designed and led by the same renowned faculty who teach on campus, and since there is no back row, all students bring their unique perspectives to every discussion.
With rigorous academics, real-world experience and the flexibility of online education, the program is the perfect opportunity for working professionals to become public health leaders.
You will not only be advancing your career, but also the cause of a healthier world for years to come.