Advance your career with Northeastern’s new accelerated Master of Public Health

Northeastern University is launching a new option for advancing your public health career in just one year.

The Master of Public Health/1-year Experiential program allows you to gain professional experience and in-demand skills, and earn your advanced degree in half the time.

The curriculum is 100% online and can be accessed anywhere.

You’ll graduate prepared to lead in positions that improve, promote, and protect public health and be able to grow your career at the local, regional, national, and global levels.

Learn more and apply today.

By enrolling in Northeastern’s one-year program you’ll:

  • Engage in an intensive 12-month course load, working individually and with other students and groups in the program’s cohort structure.
  • Learn from industry leaders and gain career connections through projects embedded in experiential coursework and a field practicum placement.
  • Earn a degree accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health and the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health.
  • Graduate qualified and ready for more jobs in an expanding field—public health-related positions are projected to grow 32% from 2020 to 2030—much faster than the average of all occupations. (U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, 2020)

Common careers (and average annual salaries) for MPH graduates include:

  • Medical & health service managers: $104,280
  • Public health consultant: $82,941
  • Occupational health specialist: $78,000
  • Epidemiologist: $74,560
  • Healthcare policy analyst: $69,059
  • Public health administrator: $68,783

“Northeastern’s accelerated experiential master’s programs provide a unique opportunity for students to learn from and work with top employers in their chosen field. Students with schedule flexibility are opting for one-year programs because they’ll be fully prepared for success and gain the distinct advantage of getting out in the workforce a full year earlier,” said Jared Auclair, associate dean and associate professor of biotechnology.

If you’re ready to quickly advance your public health career, this one-year experiential degree will set you up for success. Submit your application today.