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Berkeley’s first online degree program will address public health workforce need

Nap Hosang

Nap Hosang M.P.H. ’85, M.B.A. ’95

The School of Public Health received final approval December 6 to launch the Berkeley campus’s first-ever online degree program, which it calls the On-Campus/Online Professional M.P.H. Degree Program. Beginning Spring 2012, students will be able to earn a master of public health (M.P.H.) degree by completing 85 percent of their coursework online and attending three on-campus sessions totaling 15 days over the first two years. The courses are offered all year round (spring, summer, and fall semesters) and can be completed in two and a half years. The program is headed by Nap Hosang M.P.H. ’85, M.B.A. ’95, who also runs the school’s interdisciplinary M.P.H. program.  Read the full story  or visit the program site  

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