The vision of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's MPH Program is health people living in healthy communities, while our mission is to develop sufficient, competent, and diverse public health workforce through excellence in interdisciplinary education, research, and community service.
As part of the only School of Medicine AND Public Health in the country, the MPH Program is situated on the west side of campus with several other health professional programs including medicine, pharmacy, physician assistant, and nursing, among others. Our program and classes are located conveniently near the UW Hospital and state health department allowing an enormous amount of opportunity for our students to immerse themselves in public health opportunities.
We are proud to offer a general degree program for both single degree and dual degree students. We offer dual degree programs with the following degree programs on the UW-Madison campus: Medicine, Physician Assistant, Pharmacy, Law, Public Affairs, Veterinary Medicine, and Physical Therapy, along with an Advanced Degree Option with the School of Nursing. The blending of single and dual degree learners allows students to immediately learn about the significance of various backgrounds working together to accomplish the goals of a health community.
The UW-Madison's MPH Program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
The vision of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's MPH Program is health people living in healthy communities, while our mission is to develop sufficient, competent, and diverse public health workforce through excellence in…