Virtual Information Webinars

The MSU Master of Public Health (MPH) Virtual Information Webinar gives prospective students the opportunity to learn more about Michigan State University's online public health program. Prospective students can explore the benefits of joining over 650 Spartans in public health and the importance of becoming a part of public health in action. 

Fall Sessions Scheduled:

We believe an education at MSU will empower your dream and transform your passion into a career that promotes and protects the health of people and communities.

We understand you want to make a difference in people's lives, stand up for health disparities, and be a part of the solution to better health outcomes.

This is why we offer an online master’s degree that can be customized to your public health interests.

Here’s How We Do It:

  • 100% online curriculum: work while pursuing your degree
  • Competitive tuition: in-state tuition for all students
  • Personalized mentoring from application through graduation
  • Complimentary student membership to the American Public Health Association
  • GRE waiver for all applicants

So, discover your best life and RSVP to attend an upcoming virtual information session. And in the meantime, learn how Spartans in Public Health are empowering communities and improving health through education, advocacy, policymaking, and research.

Become a part of public health in action and attend an upcoming virtual information session or drop-in session.

Upcoming Virtual Information Webinars
Each information session is live and features the MPH program director, academic advisors, current students or alumni of the program, faculty, and staff. 



Don't Want to Wait?
Request a one-on-one meeting with an academic advisor by scheduling an appointment online.

Applications to the MPH program are accepted throughout the year. 

Application Deadlines:
September 30
February 28
May 31

Start your application today: application requirements and submission instructions. 

Learn more about a career in public health and the benefit of a degree from Michigan State.