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Online MPH InEpidemiology

Kent State’s MPH in Epidemiology program prepares you to analyze the distribution and determinants of disease, disabilities and death in populations.

Our faculty are experts in epidemiology methods and biostatistics. Clinical partners provide expertise through web-based lectures and can also serve as research mentors. All faculty hold advanced degrees and have years of research experience in areas such as cardiovascular and pulmonary disease, neurological disorders, infectious disease, pharmacology and regulatory affairs.

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MPH in Epidemiology Program Outcomes

Graduates will be able to:

  • Investigate disease outbreak preparedness
  • Determine causal relationships between environmental and biological factors
  • Conduct studies to project health trends in populations

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Career Outcomes With an MPH in Epidemiology

The online MPH in Epidemiology equips you with the knowledge, skills and methodological approach to succeed in an array of roles in epidemiological investigation and policy. You’ll have the chance to benefit from your faculty members’ research focus in bio-preparedness, public health surveillance systems, chronic disease, cancer and infectious disease epidemiology.

Our graduates often pursue careers as:
  • Researchers in universities, medical schools and pharmaceutical companies
  • Disease prevention specialists in hospitals
  • Surveillance managers in state and local health departments

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