Since its founding in 1821 as the first school of pharmacy in North America, the institution now known as University of the Sciences has been committed to excellence in teaching, research, and service. Today the university strives to develop innovative, dynamic leaders in science, healthcare, and related fields by indulging students’ passion for discovery and learning in these exciting areas.
Programs incorporate up-to-date curricula and coursework that is relevant to current issues and challenges in science and health, helping our graduate’s position themselves for career success and personal fulfillment throughout their career.
The University of the Sciences is the place where healthcare and science converge—and where students with the desire to make positive contributions to society can find a community of like-minded, enthusiastic classmates and instructors while launching a new career or advancing their current one. Request more information about the online programs at University of the Sciences today.
University of the Sciences
Online courses are 8 weeks long with 6 starts per year
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, 215-662-5606; www.msche.org.
- Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,600
- Total Graduate Enrollment: 370
- Master of Public Health
- Even as health care improves thanks to advances in research and technology, whole communities and populations are being left behind. Those who work toward making sure everyone has access to quality and affordable health care include health educators, social workers, and medical and health services managers. In these fields, a Master of Public Health is often vital for career advancement.
- The University of the Sciences online MPH gives students broad foundational knowledge in public health issues and also provides the intellectual tools they need to create and carry out public health programs and initiatives. Coursework includes health-related subjects such as biostatistics, epidemiology, and the social, behavioral, and environmental aspects of health, as well as managerial and research skills, such as planning and administration. Students will learn about interdisciplinary communication and immerse themselves in public health concepts and values on their way to building the intellectual framework needed to succeed in this challenging and fulfilling field. The program includes specializations in Health Policy and Global Health, allowing students to explore specific areas of personal and professional interest.
- Request more information about the online MPH at University of the Sciences and learn how you can position yourself to make more of an impact in the important and fulfilling field of public health.