These nine programs made it onto our list of best online master's in public health schools. Our list comes from a number of student and alumni reviews from each university. Arizona State University is our #1 choice this year with a 100% student recommendation rating. One ASU student wrote, “The Doctorate of Behavioral Health program at ASU is not only cutting edge but extremely relevant to the healthcare rollercoaster of today. The classes and instructors helped me prepare to make a population based impact in healthcare management." For such a well-regarded school, Arizona's tuition is fairly inexpensive with in-state tuition ranging from $6,098 - $11,304 and out-of-state tuition costing between $6,098 - $27,790.
Other low-cost schools include University of Montana which costs $5,818 for in-state tuition and $19,933 for out-of-state tuition and The University of South Florida whose tuition rates are currently set at $10,428 for in-state and $21,126 for out-of-state. About the University of South Florida, one student said, "The online distance learning program is better than what I expected it would be. The faculty are outstanding and well educated in their fields of study." For more information about these online master's in public health programs click on the schools below.
|Rank||College||2018 Student Score|
|#1 Arizona State University||2018 Student Score 95.00|
|#2 University of New England||2018 Student Score 92.07|
|#3 University of Southern California||2018 Student Score 88.06|
|#4 The George Washington University||2018 Student Score 85.09|
|#5 Benedictine University||2018 Student Score 84.44|
|#6 Des Moines University||2018 Student Score 82.35|
|#7 University of South Florida - Main Campus||2018 Student Score 77.27|
|#8 Kaplan University||2018 Student Score 76.34|
|#9 The University of Montana||2018 Student Score 62.00|
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Together with our internal recommend rate data, which is calculated based on tens of thousands of student reviews submitted to our site, the data used in the school listings were gathered in 2016-2017 from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). This site is the primary governmental entity for gathering and presenting data related to education. NCES data is updated annually. However, in many cases the most recently available data will not be for the current academic year. Additionally, tuition rates may vary by program, so prospective students should contact a representative from their institution of choice for more details.