The master of public health program gives you a thorough preparation in the organization, administration and economics of public and private health care. You learn to design and evaluate community health policies and education programs. The program involves 13 courses including two semesters of supervised field work.
Course work includes:
You apply to the MPH program in your first year of medical school. MCAT scores are accepted in lieu of the GRE exam. You need to be in good standing with an undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or above and MCAT scores in the 50th percentile or above. Admission may be conditional upon successful completion of second semester medical studies. Visit the Temple University website for more information about admissions into the MPH program.
Tuition charges are based on the current per credit Temple University tuition. You pay all costs to PCOM on the regular schedule, and PCOM pays the MPH tuition and fees directly to Temple University.
For more information and an application packet, contact Robert Cuzzolino, EdD, Vice President for Graduate Programs at 215-871-6770.
For questions about the public health curriculum, contact Theresa White, MSW, MPH at 215-204-5105 or contact the department's main office at 215-204-8726.