Accreditation

The public health programs of the Milken Institute School of Public Health have full accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). The program in health services administration is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).  Milken Institute School of Public Health is a member of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH).

CEPH last conducted their site-visit in December, 2015 and the school received full accreditation until July 1, 2023. 

Below is the final self-study presented to the site-visitors.  Questions may be directed to sphaccred@gwu.edu.

CEPH SELF STUDY (View Full Document)

1.0 THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

1.1 Mission

1.2 Evaluation

1.3 Institutional Environment

1.4 Organization and Administration

1.5 Governance

1.6 Fiscal Resources

1.7 Faculty and Other Resources

1.8 Diversity

2.0 INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS

2.1 Degree Offerings

2.2 Program Length

2.3 Public Health Core Knowledge

2.4 Practical Skills

2.5 Culminating Experience

2.6 Required Competencies

2.7 Assessment Procedures

2.8 Other Graduate Professional Degrees

2.9 Bachelor’s Degrees in Public Health

2.10 Other Bachelor’s Degrees

2.11 Academic Degrees

2.12 Doctoral Degrees

2.13 Joint Degrees

2.14 Distance Education or Executive Degree Programs

3.0 CREATION, APPLICATION AND ADVANCEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE

3.1 Research

3.2 Service

3.3 Workforce Development

4.0  FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

4.1 Faculty Qualifications

4.2 Faculty Policies and Procedures

4.3 Student Recruitment and Admissions

4.4 Advising and Career Counseling

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