Anyone can talk about global health problems. But with a graduate degree from Boston University School of Public Health, you can take your place at the forefront of those who help solve them. Launch or advance your career with a master’s or doctoral program in one of eight public health concentrations: biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology, global health, health policy & management, maternal & child health, social & behavioral sciences, and health law, bioethics & human rights. You’ll work with acclaimed faculty whose research and practice are building a healthier world, here at home and worldwide.
Four years in the making, the BU MPH, to launch fully in Fall 2016, is a dynamic, flexible curriculum that trains students to tackle the biggest public health problems of our time.
Student Abhishek Sharma and Warren Kaplan, an assistant professor of global health, conducted the first nationwide analysis of private-sector Hib vaccine coverage in India.
Domestic violence assaults involving a gun are 12 times more likely to result in death. Why aren't we doing more to protect these victims' lives?