Classes are held one day a week at UNC Health Sciences at MAHEC, an academic health center in Asheville, NC that is a unique interdisciplinary partnership between the University of North Carolina and the Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC), the state's largest area health education center serving North Carolina's 16 westernmost counties.
In addition to the UNC Asheville-UNC Gillings Master of Public Health (MPH) Program, the UNC Health Sciences at MAHEC campus includes the UNC School of Medicine Asheville campus, residency and fellowship training programs, an integrated research center, graduate medical and continuing education programs, rural health initiatives, healthcare practice consultants, and primary care, ob/gyn, dental, and psychiatry clinical practices.
Students in the UNC Asheville-UNC Gillings MPH Program have unparalleled opportunities to collaborate with faculty and students across disciplines, national and regional public health experts, healthcare system leaders, academic researchers, and community partners who are all dedicated to improving rural and community population health.
For more information about the UNC Asheville-UNC Gillings MPH Program, please contact Co-Director Sarah Thach at firstname.lastname@example.org, Student Services Director Shaneka Haynes at email@example.com, or visit our Place-Based Health concentration website.
University of North Carolina Asheville and UNC Chapel Hill are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the MPH degree. The UNC Asheville-UNC Gillings MPH Program is an applicant for accreditation by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).