Preventative care and patient support are an important part of every naturopathic doctor’s framework. Gain the specialized skills and academic knowledge to make a difference in your community, and within global communities, to lead positive, public health changes.
Students must apply directly to the Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health through SOPHAS, the public health programs centralized application. Please note that there are additional requirements beyond what is required to apply to SCNM including:
For example, "ND/MPH: I am interested in family medicine and chronic disease, with an emphasis on cancer and cardiovascular disease."
Applications for Fall 2016 (program begins in August 2016) will be accepted September 20, 2015 – March 1, 2016. The priority deadline is January 5, 2016.
Classes will be delivered on-line and at University of Arizona’s downtown Phoenix campus.
Students may choose one of the following concentrations offered at the Phoenix campus:
Health Services Administration (HSA) prepares students to develop the skills needed to work in a variety of health related organizations such as health systems, health agencies, third party payers and/or health care supply chain organizations in both governmental and non-governmental settings.
Public Health Practice (PHP) develops the public health skills needed to work in a variety of governmental and non-governmental settings including the local, county and state departments of health, the Indian Health Service, Medicaid and Medicare programs, hospitals, and community health centers.
See the tuition and fees page to learn more about program costs.
Tuition costs will vary depending on Arizona residency status. Please note that Arizona participates in the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP), which makes high-quality, distinctive graduate programs and healthcare-related programs available to students of the West, at the Arizona resident tuition rate, if you are a resident of Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, or Wyoming.
Students are not allowed to receive financial aid from two institutions so you will need to pay for the MPH program through private or alternate loans.
Admissions questions should be directed to:
Eve Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org