Job growth for popular public health careers including community health workers and health educators is projected to grow by 13 percent from 2019 to 2029.
This program focuses on the importance of respecting and understanding cultural, socioeconomic, and policy issues while working to make a difference.
- Community Health Education
- Program prepares students to promote public health education, service, and research on local, national, and global levels.
- Full-time Daemen students working towards a graduate degree in public health are eligible for a 30 percent tuition scholarship.
- Courses are face-to-face, hybrid, and online and all start in the later afternoon and evening to accommodate the working professional.
- Strong partnerships with local community health organizations provide opportunities for student internships, projects, and future careers.
- Daemen students can obtain two undergraduate degrees (one in health promotion and the other in either French, Spanish, mathematics, or political science) and their M.P.H. in just five years.
- Our active MPH Student Association sponsors many activities, including on-campus public health awareness events, attending local and national public health conferences, fundraising, community service initiatives and social events.
Public health is an exciting and growing profession and allows our graduates to be employed in a variety of settings.
- Health departments
- Managed care organizations
- Community-based organizations
- Consulting firms
- Academic institutions
- Global health organizations
- Research teams
Scholarships may not be combined; students may only receive one scholarship.
Graduate Merit Scholarship
30 percent off the graduate per credit hour tuition rate awarded to accepted students of this program who have earned an undergraduate GPA of 2.7 or above.
Graduate Alumni Scholarship
Additional scholarships may be available for alumni, please contact your admissions counselor for more information.
Americorps Matching Scholarship
Awarded to accepted students who have completed an Americorps service commitment. Daemen College will match the 100 percent of the Segal Americorps Education Award OR provide a 30 percent tuition scholarship discount for Americorps alumni enrolling in our program.
4+1 Dual Degree Program Between D’Youville College School Of Pharmacy and Daemen College Master of Public Health Program
Students are offered the opportunity to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD) from D’Youville College located in Buffalo, NY and a Master of Public Health degree (MPH) from Daemen College in a five-year program. The PharmD will be awarded through D’Youville College after four years and the Master of Public Health degree (MPH) will be awarded through Daemen College after the fifth year of study. This format saves time and money compared to the six years it would take to complete each degree separately.