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UW Madison Master of Public Health (MPH) Program





The Master of Public Health (MPH) Program provides professional preparation in the core public health competencies to health professionals and students.  The degree provides a practice-oriented approach for those who want to strengthen their general knowledge and skills in public health, either through a single degree or through one of the program’s many dual degree programs.


The University of Wisconsin-Madison Master of Public Health (MPH) Program is a leader in developing future public health professionals through progressive coursework, high impact practices by way of hands-on learning opportunities, and access to state and local health departments and non-profit organizations dedicated to the health and well being of populations throughout the state of Wisconsin. 



Check out the incredible work being done by UW-Madison MPH students for their Applied Practice Experience (APEX), a 6-credit, 240 hour public health project. These projects are an opportunity for students to explore their interests in public health while applying what they have learned during their time in the Program.



Mindy Schreiner - MPH Student Services Coordinator

UW School of Medicine and Public Health
740A WARF Building
610 N. Walnut Street
Madison, WI 53726

608.263.2298 (office)
608.558.4340 (cell phone)

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