CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MPH Online (http://www.mphonline.org/), an independent online guide forprospective public health students, is pleased to share the Best Online Master's in Public Health Programs (http://www.mphonline.org/top-online-masters-in-public-health-programs).
From preventative health to disaster relief, pandemics to
According to the MPH Online ranking, the top three programs for 2017 are: 1) University of California in Berkeley, California; 2) Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland; and 3) University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. MPH Online congratulates the top three, as well as all the recognized programs.
The full list, in alphabetical order, is as follows:
A.T. Still University - College of Graduate Health Studies - St. Louis, MissouriAugusta University - College of Public Health - Augusta, GeorgiaCalifornia State University at Northridge - College of Health and Human Development - Los Angeles, CaliforniaDes Moines University - College of Health Sciences - Des Moines, IowaEast Tennessee State University - College of Public Health - Johnson City, TennesseeEast Virginia Medical School - Old Dominion University - Norfolk, VirginiaEmory University - Rollins School of Public Health - Atlanta, GeorgiaFlorida A&M University Institute of Public Health - College of Pharmacy and PharmaceuticalSciences - Tallahassee, FloridaGeorge Washington University - Milken Institute School of Public Health - Washington, D.C. Idaho State University - Kasiska School of Health Professions - Pocatello, IdahoInstituto Nacional de Salud Publica and School of Public Health of MexicoJohns Hopkins University - Bloomberg School of Public Health - Baltimore, MarylandLoma Linda University - School of Public Health - Loma Linda, CaliforniaMedical College of Wisconsin - Institute for Health and Society - Milwaukee, WisconsinMercer University - College of Health Professions - Macon, GeorgiaNova Southeastern University - School of Osteopathic Medicine - Broward County, FloridaOregon Health & Science University - Portland, OregonPortland State University - Portland, OregonSan Jose State University - College of Applied Sciences and Arts, Department of Health Science and Recreation - San Jose, CaliforniaTulane University - School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine - New Orleans, LouisianaUniversity of Alabama - Birmingham, School of Public Health - Birmingham, AlabamaUniversity of Albany State University of New York - School of Public Health - Albany, New YorkUniversity of Alberta - School of Public Health - Edmonton, AlbertaUniversity of Arizona - Zuckerman College of Public Health - Tucson, ArizonaUniversity of California, Berkeley - School of Public Health - Berkeley, CaliforniaUniversity of Florida - College of Public Health & Health Professions - Gainesville, FloridaUniversity of Illinois-Chicago - School of Public Health - Chicago, IllinoisUniversity of Iowa - College of Public Health - Iowa City, IowaUniversity of Massachusetts - Amherst - School of Public Health - Amherst, MassachusettsUniversity of Montana - School of Public and Community Health Sciences - Missoula, MontanaUniversity of Nebraska Medical Center - College of Public Health - Lincoln, NebraskaUniversity of North Carolina-Chapel Hill - Gillings School of Global Public Health - Chapel Hill, North CarolinaUniversity of North Texas - Health Science Center, School of Public Health - Denton, TexasUniversity of South Florida - College of Public Health - Tampa, FloridaUniversity of West Florida - College of Health - Pensacola, FloridaWest Virginia University - Robert C Byrd Health Sciences Center School of Public Health - Morgantown, Virginia
Contact:Carrie Sealey-Morris, editorMPH Online(512) email@example.com://www.mphonline.org
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