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Five-Year Dual Degree with Master of Public Health (MPH)

Students in Loyola University Chicago’s Master of Public Health (MPH) program are positioned to take advantage of the increased demand for public health professionals. What’s more, students gain the expertise to make a difference—by helping to bridge the disparities that exist along racial, economic, and environmental lines. Formal training in public health will enhance leadership skills and expand career prospects.

Our Commitment to You

The MPH degree is ideal for Environmental Science students aspiring to leadership careers in the diverse and growing field of public health. The program reflects Loyola’s Jesuit tradition for social justice and environmental sustainability as it prepares students to become an advocate for positive social and environmental change. MPH students become well-versed in public health research, practice, policy, and advocacy.

Curriculum & Admmission

Visit the 5 Year BS/MPH page for curriculum and admission requirements.

For more information contact: Justin Harbison, PhD.

Tuition and Financial Aid

The School of Environmental Sustainability strives to help students secure the necessary financial resources to make their graduate education at Loyola more affordable. Partial scholarships, limited external research grants, and work opportunities are offered to SES graduate students. Students are encouraged to seek external funding. Students who wish to be considered for internal partial tuition scholarships must complete applications by March 1. Scholarship decisions will be based on the student’s full file, including statements of research/interest, GPA, and letters of recommendation.

Students in Loyola University Chicago’s Master of Public Health (MPH) program are positioned to take advantage of the increased demand for public health professionals. What’s more, students gain the expertise to make a difference—by helping to bridge the disparities that exist along racial, economic, and environmental lines. Formal training in public health will enhance leadership skills and expand career prospects.

Our Commitment to You

The MPH degree is ideal for Environmental Science students aspiring to leadership careers in the diverse and growing field of public health. The program reflects Loyola’s Jesuit tradition for social justice and environmental sustainability as it prepares students to become an advocate for positive social and environmental change. MPH students become well-versed in public health research, practice, policy, and advocacy.

Curriculum & Admmission

Visit the 5 Year BS/MPH page for curriculum and admission requirements.

For more information contact: Justin Harbison, PhD.

Tuition and Financial Aid

The School of Environmental Sustainability strives to help students secure the necessary financial resources to make their graduate education at Loyola more affordable. Partial scholarships, limited external research grants, and work opportunities are offered to SES graduate students. Students are encouraged to seek external funding. Students who wish to be considered for internal partial tuition scholarships must complete applications by March 1. Scholarship decisions will be based on the student’s full file, including statements of research/interest, GPA, and letters of recommendation.