Master of Community Planning + Master of Public Health

The dual degree with the School of Public Health (Master of Community Planning (MCP) and Master of Public Health (MHP) ) is designed to train future professionals with the expertise to create healthy and sustainable communities. A core element central to both community planning and public health is the built environment, which includes human-designed and built surroundings that provide the settings for all aspects of human life, ranging from buildings and homes to parks and recreation facilities. A well-planned community enhances public health, and the public’s health requires healthy facilities and a built environment that support and promote healthy living.

Applicants for the dual degree in community planning and public health should use the following four-letter codes based on their specialization on the online application

  1. MCP and MPH- Biostatistics: CPBI
  2. MCP and MPH- Epidemiology: CPEP
  3. MCP and MPH- Health Equity: CPHL
  4. MCP and MPH- Health Policy Analysis & Evaluation: CPAE
  5. MCP and MPH- Behavioral & Community Health: CPMB
  6. MCP and MPH- Environmental Health Sciences: CPMI
  7. MCP and MPH- Physical Activity: CPPH
  8. MCP and MPH- Public Health Practice & Policy: CPPP

Community Planning and Public Health dual degree application deadlines are April 8, 2022 (domestic applicants) and March 11, 2022 (international applicants). 

For details on the different Master of Pubic Health concentrations, view this page