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What will I learn?

The accelerated MPH program allows high achieving undergraduate students in the Public Health major the opportunity to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in public health in five years, rather than the usual six. The 5-year program consists of 3.5 years in undergraduate status and 1.5 years in graduate status.

Graduates of the accelerated MPH in the Community and Behavioral Health Promotion track meet nationally-accredited core competencies covering knowledge and skills required of public health professionals plus have credits of specialized graduate training in public health.

Graduates of the accelerated MPH in Environmental Health Sciences track meet nationally-accredited core competencies covering knowledge and skills required of public health professionals plus have credits of specialized graduate training in public health.

Graduates of the accelerated MPH in Epidemiology track meet nationally-accredited core competencies covering knowledge and skills required of public health professionals plus have credits of specialized graduate training in public health.

Graduates of the accelerated MPH in Public Health Policy and Administration track meet nationally-accredited core competencies covering knowledge and skills required of public health professionals plus have credits of specialized graduate training in public health.

These students will learn to promote the health of communities through innovative approaches to community engagement and collaborative practice. Students apply a social just and equity-centered approach to public health training and practice. Methodological approaches address quantitative, qualitative and community engaged techniques.

Which department am I in?

Joseph J Zilber School of Public Health

Study options

Full Time (5 years)

Tuition fees
$21,701.00 (16,13,886) per year
USD $21,701 /year for bachelor degree; USD $25,876/year for master degree. This is general fee for regular Master’s and bachelor degree and is offered as guide

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Start date

2 September 2021, 24 January 2022

Venue

Joseph J Zilber School of Public Health

Downtown Campus, 1240 N 10th Street,

MILWAUKEE,

Wisconsin,

53205, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

High school graduation (or the equivalent) is required for admission.

For international students

High school graduation (or the equivalent) is required for admission.

English Language Proficiency

  • TOEFL IBT: 65-120
  • TOEFL PBT: 513-677
  • IELTS: 5.0-9.0
  • PTEA: 45+
  • IB: 5 In HL English
  • British A – Level: C or Better

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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About University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Students can expect to learn beyond the classroom and many programs incorporate unique and exciting academic internship opportunities.

  • A globally-engaged, top research university
  • Located in Wisconsin’s largest city, Milwaukee
  • 195 academic programs
  • 18:1 student-to-teacher ratio