The School of Public Health offers online master's and doctoral degree programs. The online technology-mediated format targets working professionals and require specific hardware and software specifications. If you are interested in applying to one of our online programs, visit the LLU State Authorization list to ensure you are located in one of the states that are accepted for online education at LLU.

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Online Masters Programs

Online Doctoral Programs

Online Masters Programs

Epidemiology, MPH (Online)

Epidemiology, MPH (Online)

Research Epidemiology is designed for individuals interested in a career studying the relationship of risk factors to a variety of disease outcomes (e.g., the effect of nutrients, inactivity, stress, high blood pressure, environmental exposure, obesity, or immunologic characteristics on heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, longevity, infectious diseases, reproductive outcome, etcetera).
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Health Education and Wellness Coaching, MPH (Online)

Health Education and Wellness Coaching, MPH (Online)

The program leading to an MPH degree in Health Education/Wellness Coaching allows students to achieve the competencies necessary to promote health and wellness to individuals and communities. Integrating health education and wellness coaching courses will provide the students with cutting-edge skills in health and wellness, health education, health coaching, and whole-person care.
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Healthcare Administration, MHA (Online)

Healthcare Administration, MHA (Online)

The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree program is designed to develop the management and administrative skills of those involved in the public and private healthcare industries. The MHA degree provides a broad understanding of healthcare management and hands-on experience applying learned principles.
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Plant-Based Nutrition, MS (Online)

Plant-Based Nutrition, MS (Online)

The Master of Science degree in nutrition is offered to meet the specific needs of those who desire advanced training in nutritional sciences. The MS degree in nutrition aims to: Provide a basic science approach to understanding advanced areas in human nutrition and enhance research skills by developing or applying advanced laboratory techniques in human nutrition research
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Population Medicine, MPH (Online)

Population Medicine, MPH (Online)

Individuals who may benefit from this program are practicing health professionals, such as physicians, dentists, pharmacists, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, and psychologists, and students who are currently enrolled in clinical practice-related doctoral degrees (e.g., M.D., D.O., D.D.S., Pharm.D.).
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Online Doctoral Programs

Health Education, DrPH (Online)

Health Education, DrPH (Online)

The Doctor of Public Health in Health Education is designed for individuals who desire to add depth to their health education specialization and develop research, writing, professionalism, management, and leadership capabilities. The emphasis on health education offers advanced knowledge and competencies in the health education process and includes planning and evaluating health behavior change, advocacy and communication, and critical analysis.
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Health Policy and Leadership, DrPH (Online)

Health Policy and Leadership, DrPH (Online)

The primary focus of this program is to enhance the skills and abilities of those in positions of leadership; to develop competencies in policy development, analysis, and implementation; applied to health care and social determinants of health—to add to the body of knowledge about leadership through observation, reflection, and research.
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Preventive Care, DrPH (Online)

Preventive Care, DrPH (Online)

The Preventive Care Program is designed to prepare high-level specialists in wellness and lifestyle management intervention. Emphasis is on academic preparation, practical skills, and administrative abilities in developing, implementing, and evaluating programs and protocols designed to address a broad spectrum of health issues—particularly those dealing with chronic disease.
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