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Baylor University

About Baylor University

Based in Waco, Texas, Baylor University was chartered in 1845 and today enrolls more than 17,000 undergraduate and graduate students in approximately 250 undergraduate, master's, and doctoral degree programs. Baylor's online graduate professional education opportunities encompass programs offered by, among others, their schools of nursing, business, and social work. The university's online Master of Public Health (MPH) program, referred to as MPH@Baylor, is presented through the Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences. This College was established in 2014 and upholds Baylor University's tradition of excellence in educating passionate, capable public health professionals.

The service-oriented online MPH program reflects Baylor's faith-based mission. With the specialization in community health offered in the MPH@Baylor program, you can expect to build the skills and knowledge needed to improve communities both in the state of Texas as well as around the world. You can earn your MPH online in as few as 18 months with the full-time, accelerated track or in 24 months in the part-time program. This online MPH program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.

Course topics you could expect to discuss as an MPH@ Baylor student include global health concepts, epidemiology, health behavior and public health theories, environmental health science, public health leadership, and intervention plan evaluation. You might also review current public health issues, influences on health outcomes, and public health policy development.

Baylor is now accepting applications for candidates who want to pursue their calling -- and start a meaningful career in public health. If you wish to serve Texas, or the world at large, then you are encouraged to apply.

Student Testimonials

''The Community Health program (now the Public Health Program) at Baylor has provided me with an outstanding hands-on education that equipped me to earn my CHES certification before graduation and helped me succeed in the Public Health field.''

- Amanda Graves, Baylor University Graduate

Why Baylor University?

  • Real-Time Learning: Online classes are live, so you have face-to-face interaction with classmates and professors.
  • Hands-On Learning: Though you will attend online-only classes, the MPH@Baylor program allows you to apply what you have learned in an on-campus immersion project and a 250-hour internship.
  • Quality Education: You will be taught courses by esteemed Baylor faculty who are actively engaged in the public health field.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements

As an applicant to the MPH@ Baylor program, you must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.

Baylor University offers the following degree programs:

  • Masters in Public Health

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