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You + MPH Degree = Success!

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You love the field of health care and are ready to make your move up the corporate ladder. You’ve been thinking about a Master of Public Health and want to know how it can help you meet your goals. We can help with these answers to your MPH degree questions!

Why should I choose an MPH?

You are looking to advance your career and an MPH can give you new skills! Your MPH will strengthen your research skills and even help you become a better writer!

Can I get my MPH degree online? What about accredited MPH degrees?

Yes! Across the nation there are many programs to get your MPH degree online. But choose wisely. You want to be sure you choose an institution that is accredited. At Southern Miss, we are accredited! Our SACSCOC Accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges allows us to award accredited degrees at the baccalaureate, masters, specialists and doctoral levels.

What are my career opportunities with my MPH?

Your MPH classes will not only boost your skills, but will also open up a world of new career opportunities. According to MPH Programs List, job opportunities available in public health can include everything from finance to helping those in need.

What are some job titles I can get with my MPH?

Ready to make your move? Here are some career fields ready for you:

  • Community Health Worker
  • Health Services Manager
  • Researcher
  • Policy Advisor
  • Hospital Administrator
  • Health Policy Analyst
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Environmental Health Professional

With your MPH degree, you will be ready for careers in new and expanding fields from research to health care policy, and more! Get started today by checking out our 100% online MPH degree.

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