Admissions Update

The Admissions Committee is currently considering applications on a “rolling basis”.  Please contact us for pre-admission advising if we may assist in your study planning.

New South Charleston Course Offerings

South Charleston

This fall our graduate courses are significantly expanded, with convenient scheduling.  Now students can attend courses not only on main campus and at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine (Cabell), but also on our South Charleston campus.  Most core courses are offered evenings, to facilitate study by working professionals as well as students pursuing dual degree programs.

Our Charleston offerings make pursuit of the MPH – or simply your vital continuing education – a more convenient endeavor.  This fall both Epidemiology (PH 611) and Statistical Methods I (PH 621) will be offered in South Charleston.

For full fall curriculum offerings, see our on-line GPPH Course Schedule for Fall 2015.

Meet us at the NewseumNewseum

We will be at the Newseum in Washington, DC on Tuesday, June 16th for Marshall’s annual ‘State of the University’ event.  President Gary White will speak on our recent progress, and describe our strategic vision.  Our health science programs will be showcased, including the Graduate Program in Public Health.  Join us to learn more about our work un education, research and service. The event will be from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, and reservations are required.

The Newseums mission is to champion the five freedoms of the First Amendment through exhibits, public programs and education. The dynamic, engaging and interactive Newseum provides visitors with an opportunity to experience stories through the eyes of the media and appreciate the freedoms guaranteed to all Americans by the First Amendment. – See more at: http://www.newseum.org.  The Newseum is located at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW.

Contact us for reservations mph@marshall.edu