If you have questions about pursuing your master's in public health in Ohio, or if you want more information about the field in general, you've come to the right place. We've compiled a list of the masters of public health FAQs many students have as they consider pursuing this degree program at Kent State. Click on any of the questions below to get helpful information about degree options, the public health industry, the application process and much more.
If you did not find the answer you needed in our MPH FAQs, please contact a representative from the College of Public Health by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 330-672-6500.
Masters of Public Health FAQs:
- What is public health?
- What is an MPH?
- How do I apply to the Masters in Public Health in Ohio program?
- I'm a Kent State graduate. Do I have to submit my KSU transcripts?
- I have transfer credit (undergraduate or graduate). Do I need to re-submit those?
- Where is the College of Public Health located?
- Is there an admissions deadline?
- What are my specialization choices?
- Do I need to take the GRE or other pre-admissions test?
- How many credit hours do I need to complete the Masters in Public Health in Ohio?
- Is financial aid or assistantships available?
- How many credit hours can I transfer in?
- Can I switch from one major to another within the MPH?
- Can I take courses part time?
- Is the program online?
- Will I have a faculty advisor assigned to me?
- Is Kent State’s Masters of Public Health in Ohio accredited?
- What salary range can I expect?
- In what industries will be able to work?