School, Program, and Course Information

  • Accepting Applications for UConn FastTrack MPH

    Fast Track Master of Public Health  

    The UConn Master of Public Health (MPH) program offers a FastTrack option for qualified UConn undergraduate students to complete their bachelor's degrees (B.A/B.S) in any UConn approved discipline and their MPH degree within 5 years of their initial matriculation as undergraduates.  

    Why Choose FastTrack?  

    If you have a strong interest in working in the growing field of public health in areas such as health promotion, epidemiology of infectious or chronic diseases, environmental health, biostatistics, or health administration, the FastTrack program could be an excellent match for you! FastTrack students earn their MPH in roughly half the time and at two-thirds the cost of those who start after graduation. Become part of a nationally accredited graduate program recognized for its innovative curriculum and join more than 1,000 UConn MPH graduates making significant contributions to local, national, and international health.  

    Through the FastTrack program, you’ll gain knowledge and experience in:  

    Social and Environmental determinants of health  

    Techniques for collecting and analyzing data to improve the health of communities  

    Designing and Evaluating interventions to reduce risks and promote health within communities  

    Advocacy for and with communities on social policies to enhance community well-being  

    Support of health partners and other stakeholders tackling complex health concerns  


    As an undergraduate, you will complete four graduate courses while completing your declared major. After graduation FastTrack students will complete an additional 30 credits to earn their MPH degree. Upon successfully completing foundational courses, students devise specialized plans of study around themes such as Law and Policy, Administration, Occupational/Environmental Health, Epidemiology, and Applied Public Health Practice 

    For more information, please visit our website: or contact Hillary Barigye,  

    To apply, please submit a personal statement, three letters of recommendation, your resume, and unofficial transcripts to this online application by April 1, 2023, for admission into the Fall 2023 semester. 

    For more information, contact: Hillary Barigye at