Graduate School of Public Health, ranked by U.S. News & World Report


of students receive funding in the forms of fellowships, scholarships, loans, or tuition remission.


of graduates are employed or continuing their education within 6 months of graduation.


Our goal is to make sure you’re prepared to meet the challenges that are confronting public health practitioners today and in the future.

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Degrees & Programs

Read about our academic programs and learn about how your background, interests, and goals align with each.

Part-Time Options

SPH offers our cutting-edge degree programs in flexible formats designed to fit your schedule.

Financing Your Education

A graduate degree in public health is an investment in your future. Learn more about how to finance your public health education.

SPH Class Profile

Students, faculty, and staff benefit from the School of Public Health’s rich, complex mix of backgrounds and perspectives.

Events & Campus Visits

Learn more about SPH by attending an in-person or virtual event.

Upcoming Events at SPH

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  • MPH'17

    Eva Zaret

    “SPH is a collaborative, not a competitive, environment—what public health is all about.”

  • MPH'16

    Faiz Kidwai

    “SPH is a special place. It provides us with the tools we need to champion the causes we feel strongly about.”

  • MPH'16

    Jennifer Masdea

    “I feel better prepared to tackle the challenges of health equity with a much more comprehensive sensibility and toolkit.”

  • PhD'18

    Lariah Edwards

    “I wanted to study at the nerve center of public health.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

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