The Public Health online degree program at the A. T. Still University of Health Sciences prepares students to be leaders in the field of public health, and at the same time meet the needs of the busy professional by offering a public health degree online.
Master of Public Health is one of the accredited online degree programs at the A. T. Still University of Health Sciences that allows the student to choose a healthcare administration graduate degree concentration that best fits their needs. The student is provided with an academic degree plan that allows them to complete the 60 credit hour, 15-course program in as little as 18 months up to 42 months. The first 52 credit hours of the program are standard with the remaining 8 credits being selected by the student within their chosen area of concentration.This online degree programs offers the following concentration areas:
- Health Policy
- Health Planning
- Environmental Health
- Dental Public Health
The Dental Public Health concentration is for students working in the dental field who want to learn more about the public health side of dentistry. This would include dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, or anyone working in the dental industry. This program prepares the student for careers in dental public health services and administration.
Professionals trained in dental public health are well equipped to work in community health centers, institutes of higher education, non-profit organizations, and local, state, and national government. All class work is completed online and students are never required to come to campus to complete the degree.
While many of the basic principles of public health cut across disciplines, other aspects can be tailored to dentistry. Having specific courses geared toward dentistry enable the student to better understand the uniqueness of dental public health.
For those students wishing to complete only a certificate in dental public health, a five-course sequence is available.
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences is regionally accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited university