Public Health, BS/MPH

Public Health, BS/MPH

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Bachelor of Science, Master of Public Health



Nursing and Health Sciences


Next Classes Start

May 20, 2024

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Program at a Glance

Earning your Master of Public Health degree from TCNJ will give you the knowledge and skills to protect and improve family and community health on local, national, and global levels. Choose from two tracks in this comprehensive, interdisciplinary program — epidemiology and health analytics or health communication — and enhance your leadership, critical thinking, and research capabilities. You’ll also open yourself up to a wide range of related career options.

Graduate Director : Sylvia Twersky,


  • full time: in as few as 5 years


  • On campus
    Hybrid Information


  • epidemiology and health analytics
  • health communication


  • courses


  • credits


  • per credit

Who Should Pursue This Program?

Are you looking to serve the public and do your part to improve health outcomes? The MPH can be a great option if you’re a current TCNJ student with an interest in public health, a student from another accredited school interested in this field, or a school nurse or professional employed by a health agency or a similar company.

Engaged Faculty

Learn from nationally and internationally recognized faculty who are fully engaged with their students. Your professor knows your name and teaches all of your classes. You won’t find any TAs here.

First-year and transfer applicants may apply for accelerated bachelor's to master's degrees. Admission into the graduate portion of the program is based on performance at the undergraduate level. Current undergraduate TCNJ students may be eligible for an accelerated program by meeting program requirements and should consult with the intended program’s coordinator for more information.

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The MPH site provides curriculum and details about field experiences.

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TCNJ students pay undergraduate tuition and fees for the undergraduate portion of the program. When students matriculate into the graduate portion of the program, they pay graduate tuition and fees. Financial aid and assistantships are available.

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TCNJ’s bachelor’s and master’s programs in public health are fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.

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