A successful and purposeful academic career starts with planning. In order to
assist in your planning, we have provided a variety of resources on this page. Any questions about course offerings,
plans of study, degree requirements, deadlines, practicum requirements, and procedural issues including
registration, academic standing, leaves of absence, change of concentration, graduation, and attendance at grand
rounds should be directed to the MPH Academic Coordinator (444-2074).
4 –Year Course Offering
document can be used in conjunction with your Suggested-Plan-of-Study to plan the sequencing of
course work over your academic career. Please note that this is a tentative schedule and course offerings can
change from time to time.
To download the 4-Year Course Offerings Schedule, click here.
degree option and concentration has a suggested sequencing for completing course work in the shortest amount of
time while maintaining full-time status. However, individual adjustments can be made based on your own personal
To download a Suggested-Plan-Of–Study, select the following link:
As a student in the Graduate Program in Public Health, it is important for you to track your progress through the program. The following documents should be used to do this: