Montgomery County Community College’s online associate degree program in Public Health is garnering national attention for excellence.
College Consensus recently published the list of the top colleges in the country to earn an online associate’s degree in Public Health with MCCC’s program coming among the best in eighteenth place.
The college review aggregator combines the results of the most reputable college ranking publishers with thousands of reviews from real students to provide the most accurate and comprehensive ranking of a school’s reputation and quality.
Public Health programs were ranked based on cost, reputation, and student success.
Several aspects of MCCC’s public health program were highlighted for helping it stand out.
These include the fact that it is delivered primarily online, the entire course of study consists of 61 credit hours, and that most graduates continue their education at a four-year college or university after completion.
“This is amazing news, because the program is so new,” said Dr. Gifty Akomea Key, Public Health program coordinator. “The program launched in 2015 and began its first class during the 2016-17 school year. So this is a huge accomplishment for a program that’s relatively new.”
She added that in addition to online classes, the entire program is also available in person.
Click here to learn more about MCCC’s Public Health program.
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