AAPHP Virtual Graduate Fair: An Alumni Perspective

Event Information:

Virtual Event: April 29, 2022 at 12:30 PM  PST/ 3:30  EST. Recording to follow. 

The Association of Accredited Public Health Programs (AAPHP) invites you to learn about our members' stellar graduate public health programs. This is a unique opportunity to receive post graduate information where participants will be able to easily engage with faculty and admissions representatives from various schools. Alumni will also share their experiences as recent graduates from their programs and as new public health professionals. 

AAPHP graduate fairs are  free online events designed to show case AAPHP member programs to students across the country. Each event takes approximately 2-hour to complete.

To join the live session, please enroll in the course before 12:30 PM PST on the day of the event. All sessions are recorded. If you enroll after the live event session has ended, the course will contain a video recording of the live session you can watch instead. Please note, it may take up to one month for the recording to become available.

Target Audience:

  • Students interested in a graduate program

Duration~ 2 hour

Continuing Education: N/A

About the Programs

The following programs will be highlighted in the AAPHP Virtual Graduate Fair: 

University of Nevada, Reno

The University of Nevada, Reno's School of Public Health is for anyone who is passionate about pursuing a career to advance the health of populations. Recognizing health requires a multi-faceted approach, SCHS emphasizes multiple perspectives in its curriculum, including the emotional, social, cultural, environmental and physical

The School of Community Health Sciences is focused on "Making Health Happen" by providing educational, community-based, and cutting-edge research experiences. These experiences transform students into the innovators, educators, practitioners, and researchers who are needed to promote the public's health in our communities.

  • National Tier 1 University
  • 42 credit program 
  • Concentrations in Social and Behavioral Health, Epidemiology, Healthcare Administration Policy 
  • In person and online MPH degrees
  • Opportunities in research and funding 

Indiana Wesleyan University 

The Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) Master of Public Health (MPH) is a 43-credit-hour generalist degree designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of foundational public health knowledge including Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Health Services Administration, and Social and Behavioral Health. Provided from a distinctly faith-based foundation through an online learning model, students will value, understand, and apply the interrelated social-behavioral theories and contextual factors needed to address the complex health problems of 21st-century households, communities, and organization

  • 28 months to complete
  • Individualized student- faculty relationship 
  • Program consists of Thirteen online didactic classes, 200- hour practicum, and a capstone project

Ensign College of Public Health

Ensign College of Public Health is a world-class, private, not-for-profit academic institution of higher education in its 5th year of formal operation and located in Kpong, Ghana.  Founded and supported by Lynette and Robert Gay, the institution in based on their vision to place a US-based institution of higher education in a developing country setting in order to increase the direct benefits of education and scholarship where it is needed most.  Ensign College of Public Health is currently mentored by Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and offers a Master of Public Health degree.  The institution is accredited by the National Accreditation Board of Ghana and is housed on a beautiful 50-acre campus along the banks of the Volta river.  Ensign College of Public Health boasts an exceptional team of full-time academicians and other professionals from both Ghana and the US.  Beginning with a focus on Public Health, Ensign College of Public Health is expanding to include other disciplines and fields associated with development and aimed at improving the lives of people.  .

  • Community Focused Training
  • Flexible Class Schedule 
  • Fieldwork Experience

George Mason University 

George Mason University’s MPH program is a 42-credit program with seven concentrations to choose from: Community Health Promotion, Epidemiology, Food Security and Nutrition, Global Health, Health Equity and Social Justice, and Health Policy. Located just 15 miles from the nation’s capital, our students have a wealth of opportunities to practice public health during their studies and upon graduation. 


Course Content

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    • Download Calendar Reminder

    • AAPHP Virtual Graduate Fair Welcome

    • Demographic Survey

    • Participating Programs

    • Webinar Replay

    • Course Evaluation

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