Master of Science in Public Health, One Year, Online Tuition-Free

The Master of Science in Public Health prepares individuals to work with specific population groups and communities and help them improve levels of awareness, education, policy, and research. This degree differs from many other advanced master’s degrees in management because it allows students to grow to a specific area of public health and deal with problems of public health policies and medical statistics and graduate with hands-on. The program will provide students with a more advanced understanding of the basic disciplines of public health requirements and the possibility of advancing knowledge in a specific subject.

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Tuition and Fees

Paying for School

  • We are a tuition-free school, and we don't charge any tuition, platform fees, or book fees.
  • Students will pay admission processing fees of $50 and one-time annual subscription fees of $1000 only.
  • Total tuition and fees are $1050.

Required Learning Materials: The Continents State University aspire to serve all students and offer books free of charge. The Learning Management System (LMS) funded with all study materials, papers, and required assignments. Students will not be required to buy any additional books or articles.


Master of Business Administration program at The Continents States University founded for professionals looking to improve their career by seeking employment in management positions, students who are looking to establish their own business or those who are seeking success in the business industry. MBA degree program will help students, entrepreneurs and business owners advancing their knowledge in a business environment, finance, economy, management, and marketing.

A Detailed introduction to the fundamental principles of psychology and to the major subjects of psychological inquiry.

1. Alternative Course Credit Available by Sophia Learning (Self-Paced)

2. No prerequisites required to finish this course

Study that focuses on understanding microorganisms, including their taxonomy and identification, chemistry and metabolism, growth, reproduction, and genetic characteristics. Particular emphasis on the common organisms that cause human disease, including bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and helminths, and viruses, and other microbe uses, and antimicrobial treatments are examined.

1. Alternative Course Credit Available by Sophia Learning (Self-Paced)

2. No prerequisites required to finish this course

Detailed introduction to the basic principles and methods of chemistry, which are the foundation of all subsequent chemistry courses. Surveys the metric system, scientific notation, and significant figures, the atom and atomic theories, trends of the periodic table of the elements, bonding, molecular geometry, chemical formulas, stoichiometry, gas laws, thermochemistry, and thermodynamics.

1. No prerequisites required to finish this course

This course will introduce you to communication principles, common communication practices, and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions that you experience in your daily life.

1. Prerequisites PSY 1001

An introduction to the concept of environmental ethics - a philosophy that extends the ethical concepts traditionally applied to human behavior to address the entire natural world.

1. No prerequisites required to finish this course

Examination of how companies manage processes to produce the products or services required by their customers. Topics include product design, supply chain management, quality, inventory, and planning.

1. Alternative Course Credit Available by Sophia Learning (Self-Paced)

2. No prerequisites required to finish this course

Incorporating elements from all of the core courses. Introduces the field of strategic management, with particular emphasis on identifying goals and formulating strategies and addressing implementation techniques.

1. Prerequisites BUS 3002

The courses included in this program are designed to prepare students for the professional world of customer service. These certificate program courses provide a solid knowledge base in the areas of computer skills, business communications, and best customer service practices.

1. Prerequisites COM 1010

Graduation Requirements

Students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 and pass a final examination at the end of each course when available. Students must complete 24 credit hours in twelve months provided an uninterrupted and healthy progression through the program. Students who fail to pass the individual quizzes, they will be allowed to take a refresher course in their area(s) of deficiency and subsequently be allowed to make one graded assignment only.