The UNC MPH Experience — Delivered Online
MPH@UNC is the UNC Gillings School's online Master of Public Health (MPH) program. As a student, you will attend live, weekly classes led by UNC faculty in our interactive online campus, collaborate with an accomplished group of peers located across the nation, access engaging coursework and resources, receive dedicated guidance from student support specialists and join the UNC alumni network upon graduation.
MPH@UNC is offered on a full-time or part-time basis. If you choose to enroll full time, you can complete the program in as few as 20 months. If you choose to enroll part time, you can complete the program in as few as 28 months.
Learn more about the MPH@UNC online experience.
View the academic requirements
to apply to MPH@UNC.
The early admission deadline for the January 2019 Cohort is October 16, 2018.
The online MPH program currently offers two concentrations: Leadership in Practice and Nutrition.
With the Leadership in Practice concentration, you will gain the skills necessary to lead teams and organizations that are working to improve public health conditions and eliminate health inequities. Upon graduation, you will be able to foster meaningful change in populations and communities on the local, national and global scale.
Designed for professionals who are passionate about solving public health and global health problems, our online MPH program supports aspiring public health leaders across the country through an inclusive, student-centered community.
Our practice-focused curriculum is taught by UNC Gillings faculty and prepares you to solve urgent public health problems and increase health equity in North Carolina, across the United States and around the world.