Master of Public Health
We offer two program options for students:
1. Hyflex Format. Join in-person two weekends per semester (in Grand Rapids, MI) or join your class synchronously online. You have the flexibility to choose which modality works best for you at that time.
2. Fully Online Format. Join your colleagues and professor synchronously for the two weekend classes and the rest is asynchronous online. This option is great for those who reside out of state, out of the U.S., or wish to be virtual. The online rate provides a tuition reduction for those out of state and out of country residents.
Bachelor of Science in Public Health
The BSPH program is based on competencies you need to master to become a Certified Health Education Specialist. The program integrates classroom study with hands-on practical experiences to provide comprehensive academic preparation.
Minor in Public Health
WMU offers a large number of bachelor's degrees that touch on various aspects of public health. The public health minor allows you to add focused public health skills and concepts to your undergraduate degree.
Presidential Scholar Recipient
Logan West is a senior in WMU’s Bachelor of Science in Public Health program. Her academic interests include maternal & child health, nutrition/food security, and public policy. She has devoted much of her undergraduate work to child nutrition-related research and projects. She has attended WMU for four years and has experienced the benefits of the community firsthand through her position as a Student Ambassador for the College of Health & Human Services.
She intends to pursue a career in health policy to support creating healthy communities that can be sustained for future generations and to advocate for health equity.
This annual event honors Western Michigan University's outstanding undergraduate students. The Presidential Scholars are chosen by the faculty on the basis of academic and/or artistic excellence in their major programs, as well as their overall promise of success.