The USF Orange County Campus offers a Master of Public Health in:

  • Community and Public Health Practice - teaches students to address public health issues in local and global settings and prepares students to be leaders in the field.
  • Applied Epidemiology and Population Health Methods - trains students to assess the frequency, distribution, and determinants of population health through traditional and innovative epidemiological methods.

Highlights of both concentrations include:

  • Open to students with a bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited institution.
  • No GRE required.
  • Classes are offered in the hybrid format, combining in-person and online instruction. Classes are typically held on campus once per week.
  • 250 hours of fieldwork alongside nonprofit/public health community partners