Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)

Affirming the quality of UNE’s Public Health program

Master's CEPH Accredited Public Health

The Coun­cil on Edu­ca­tion for Pub­lic Health (CEPH) is an inde­pen­dent agency rec­og­nized by the US Depart­ment of Edu­ca­tion to accred­it schools of pub­lic health and pub­lic health pro­grams offered in set­tings oth­er than schools of pub­lic health. 

About UNE’s public health CEPH accreditation

The Mas­ter of Pub­lic Health and Grad­u­ate Cer­tifi­cate in Pub­lic Health pro­grams at the Uni­ver­si­ty of New Eng­land are accred­it­ed by the Coun­cil on Edu­ca­tion for Pub­lic Health (CEPH). Click here for a state­ment from UNE pres­i­dent regard­ing GPPH’s CEPH accred­i­ta­tion sta­tus.

UNE’s offi­cial CEPH self-study and final CEPH team report are avail­able upon request. To obtain a copy of the reports please con­tact Nang Tin Maung at ntinmaung@une.edu.

The importance of CEPH accreditation

The Uni­ver­si­ty of New Eng­land is list­ed on CEPH’s “Schools of Pub­lic Health and Pub­lic Health Pro­grams” list. To view UNE’s list­ing on the offi­cial CEPH web­site, click here. The CEPH web­site also has an exten­sive FAQ sec­tion on the impor­tance of accred­i­ta­tion

CEPH accreditation attests to the quality of UNE’s educational program

  • For grad­u­ates, it pro­motes pro­fes­sion­al mobil­i­ty and enhances employ­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties in posi­tions that base eli­gi­bil­i­ty upon grad­u­a­tion from an accred­it­ed school or pro­gram.
  • For prospec­tive stu­dents and their par­ents, accred­i­ta­tion serves a con­sumer pro­tec­tion pur­pose. It pro­vides assur­ance that the school or pro­gram has been eval­u­at­ed and has met accept­ed stan­dards estab­lished by and with the pro­fes­sion.
  • For prospec­tive employ­ers, it pro­vides assur­ance that the cur­ricu­lum cov­ers essen­tial skills and knowl­edge need­ed for today’s jobs.
  • For pub­lic health work­ers, it involves prac­ti­tion­ers in the estab­lish­ment of stan­dards and assures that edu­ca­tion­al require­ments reflect the cur­rent train­ing needs of the pro­fes­sion.
  • For the pro­fes­sion, it advances the field by pro­mot­ing stan­dards of prac­tice and advo­cat­ing rig­or­ous prepa­ra­tion.
     

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