University of Southern California announces online MPH Fast Track program

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LOS ANGELESThe University of Southern California is proud to announce the Fast Track program for its online Master of Public Health degree. The Fast Track program enables students to complete USC’s lauded MPH degree in as few as 4 terms. This track is ideal for full-time students with the ability to strictly focus on their education.

The Fast Track program covers the same material, from the same faculty, and includes the option of all five specializations in a condensed timeframe, empowering students to rejoin the workforce sooner and begin effecting change in the public health field. This program is 100% online, CEPH accredited and has the same admission requirements as the two-year online MPH program.

For more information about the Fast Track program or the requirements of the University of Southern California’s online Master of Public Health, visit https://mphdegree.usc.edu/one-year-mph-program/.


USC’s online Master of Public Health

USC’s online Master of Public Health brings the expansive USC community to students wherever they live. With more than 300,000 alumni worldwide and distinguished associations such as the Salerni Collegium Alumni Association (SCAA), USC’s network can give MPH grads support as they become change agents in public health. For more information on the Fast Track Master of Public Health online program, visit https://mphdegree.usc.edu/one-year-mph-degree/ or contact a school representative at 1-877-807-7714.


About the Keck School of Medicine of USC

Established in 1885, the Keck School of Medicine is the oldest medical school in Southern California. It is home to the Keck Medical Center of USC — a state-of-the-art academic medical center which includes the Keck Hospital of USC. It is also home to several research institutes, including the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, The Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute, the Eli and Edythe Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research, the CardioVascular Thoracic Institute and the USC Institute for Global Health. Together, we are poised to lead medicine in the 21st century for the benefit of humankind.