The Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health MPH program is a unique program which can be completed on a part-time basis in three years, or on a full-time basis in two years. Most of the required MPH courses are offered in the evening to allow working professionals the opportunity to continue their education. Through case studies, group and individual projects, and internships, students will explore public health problems and issues, learn how to think critically and work in teams. Courses are taught by scholars and practitioners drawn from many disciplines and perspectives.
Application, admission, and degree-granting requirements and regulations of educational programs offered by the Fairbanks School of Public Health are applied equitably to all individuals, applicants and students regardless of age, gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or national origin.
The MPH program at Fairbanks School of Public Health is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.
Each student also completes a project in the concentration. All concentrations include required and elective courses, an internship and a final concentration project.