Utah State University Online’s luncheon series will make eight stops in Utah, providing information for four 100 percent online public health degrees available this fall. At these campus events, participants will enjoy a free lunch from 12 – 1 p.m. and learn about their graduate program options from prominent USU faculty.
Participants can RSVP online for the following luncheons:
- March 18 – USU Moab
- March 19 – USU Blanding
- March 20 – USU Eastern
- March 20 – USU Kaysville
- April 3 – Thanksgiving Point
- April 10 – USU Brigham City
- TBD – St. George
The public health degrees include:
- Master of Public Health – Health Education & Promotion
- Master of Public Health – Public Health Nutrition
- Master of Public Health – Veterinary Public Health
- Master of Food Safety & Quality
Each master’s is taught and assessed 100 percent online, providing flexibility for working professionals to pursue a graduate education while maintaining their current jobs and personal responsibilities. These degrees will help students gain a competitive advantage in their public health careers, giving them expertise to make impactful decisions for overall community health. The luncheons will provide information on potential career outcomes, tuition and financial aid, course delivery and estimated time for completion.
For five years in a row, U.S. News & World Report ranked USU Online among the nation’s top online education providers. In 2019, the graduate education program ranked 3rd and online bachelor’s programs ranked 15th. The public health degrees will be taught through USU Online’s high caliber delivery system.
Those interested in these programs can apply by July 1 to start classes fall 2019.