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MPH Online is an independent online resource for public health students. We offer expert information and guidance regarding public health degrees, with a special emphasis on the Master’s in Public Health (MPH). Here you will find rankings and reviews of the best public health programs, scholarship and financial aid information for public health students, and guides to a variety of public health careers. We are constantly updating and improving our site, so be sure to check back often. If you have any question or comments about how we can make the site more useful, please let us know through our contact page.

Rachel Clodfelter – Research EditorRachelClodfelter2
Rachel holds a B.A. in Psychology and Neurobiology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and a Masters in Public Health in Health Behavior & Health Education from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health. Prior to pursuing her MPH, Rachel worked in clinical research, studying new cardiac drugs and devices. During the MPH program, she specialized in injury and violence prevention, with a focus on intimate partner violence. After graduation, she settled in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she continues to work on issues related to women’s health and gender-based violence. A lover of the outdoors, she also likes to take advantage of the Bay Area’s running clubs, festivals, parks and patio dining.


At MPH Online, our mission is to offer prospective public health students and current public health professionals information, guidance, and goals based on the most up-to-date information available. That includes information about degree programs, career paths, and current research in public health. To sustain and grow MPH Online’s resources, we accept compensation from sponsored schools through the contact form readers see on each page.

Our rankings remain entirely objective; none of the sponsored schools influence our rankings, and they do not contribute any data. All of our data comes from independent, legitimate sources like the Department of Education and is verified at the time of publishing. Sponsors are clearly identified as such, and prospective students may choose whether to offer their contact information to the sponsors; no information is gathered without consent.