MastersInPublicHealth.com collects two kinds of information: submitted information and automatic information.
Submitted information is voluntarily inputted and submitted by users through our web forms. This data may include personal contact information — such as name, telephone number, mailing address, and email address — as well any other information potentially required to match users to an education product or service. Submitted information is collected, stored and shared with schools and other third parties as necessary to provide users with information about schools, programs, and other education-related services.
By submitting this information, you authorize MastersInPublicHealth.com (as well as our affiliated schools and partners) to contact you in accordance with applicable law by phone, text message, email, or mail regarding education options or related topics. Find more information on this and other important topics below. If you receive any email communications from us, a school, or third party, you will be given the opportunity to unsubscribe through a link in the email, at which point you will be removed from further mailings from that sender.
Automatic information includes certain types of anonymous information we receive
By using our website, we assume you acknowledge and consent to information we collect being shared with schools, affiliated companies, and third parties. It will also be used to provide you with relevant degree information and inform you of other education-related products, programs, and services. In using this website, you also acknowledge and consent to our right to release any collected information (personal or otherwise) as needed to businesses that provide administration services, such as email delivery, to our company.
In submitting personal information to MastersInPublicHealth.com, you grant permission to us and our affiliates — including schools, third party marketing partners and vendors — to contact you via telephone, text message, email, or mail to provide information (marketing or otherwise) for education-related services and products. You also grant us, our affiliates, and our partners the right to contact you for a limited period, thereby relinquishing any rights bestowed upon you by the Do Not Call list or other applicable law.
Via your submission, you also allow us the right to release your personal information in other instances required by law, such as to abide by a subpoena or another legal procedure. We exercise this option when we harbor a good-faith belief that such release is necessary to preserve our rights, ensure the safety of you or others, investigate purported fraud, or respond to a government or legal request. We may also exercise this option should MastersInPublicHealth.com merge with or aquire another company, or sell a portion of its assets to another party.
Below are examples of how cookies may be used by MastersInPublicHealth.com, including through services and partnerships with vendors and third-party providers:
- “Lead auditing” to ensure the accuracy, relevance, and validity of information submitted
- Web analytics that include demographic and other anonymous data for web optimization and alternative analysis
- Marketing and conversion tracking cookies, used for (but not limited to) targeting and optimizing digital ad serving to improve relevance, user experience, and advertising effectiveness
Cookies can be removed through your browser settings at any time, though typically on a per use and not one-time basis. You can typically opt-out of receiving personally-tailored ads from third-party advertisers and ad networks who are members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) or who follow the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (DAA) Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising. To do so, visit the opt-out pages of these websites.