The Consortium of Eastern Ohio Master of Public Health (CEOMPH) program is a partnership between The University of Akron (UA), Cleveland State University (CSU), Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED), Ohio University (OU), and Youngstown State University (YSU). This nontraditional program is geared toward the working professional who would like to broaden his or her role in improving community health, enhance current job skills, or seek career advancement. Students are encouraged to move through the program as a cohort with core courses being taught on Saturdays by interactive videoconferencing from one of our distance learning sites.
- Distance learning for the six core courses
- Interactive videoconferencing and web enhanced learning
- Elective courses at any partner university
- Saturday classes for core courses to accommodate working students
The master of public health (MPH) degree program is a nontraditional program that is geared toward the working professional who would like to broaden his or her role in improving community health, especially in this changing health care environment.
MPH students are required to complete 42 semester credit hours, which includes six core courses, generalist track courses, electives, and a capstone project.
Public Health and Medicine Series: Mark Adams, MPH, RS, Environmental Health Director, Canton City Health Department presents "Emergency Preparedness: How Public Health and Medicine Work Together" at NEOMED, Ralph Regula Training Room, April 7, 2016, 5:30-7 p.m. Food and beverages provided.