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betshsu said:The MPH is a terminal professional degree. Programs often require that you have a professional degree of some sort (MD, DMD, PhD, JD, etc) or that you have prior work experience in the field of public health. The MSPH is a master of science in public health and is generally seen as a stepping stone to getting a doctorate in public health. I'd guess you could apply for the MSPH right out of undergrad without prior work experience.