Degrees & Programs.

Public Health Programs

Boston University School of Public Health offers a variety of transformative public health degrees and programs at the master’s and doctoral levels. The School of Public Health’s advantageous location and longstanding reputation connects our students with Boston’s leadership in the public health community, providing them with an abundance of professional development and networking opportunities. Throughout all of BU’s public health programs is an enduring commitment to health equity, social justice, and visionary research. Our graduates have the leading-edge knowledge and career-building skills to advance their careers and the future of public health.

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Many of our students pursue our Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program, which can be completed in flexible formats. In addition to our MPH program, we also offer Master of Science and doctoral degree programs that prepare students to become adept public health researchers, leaders, and educators. Through our dual degree programs, undergraduates accelerate the completion of their bachelor’s and subsequent MPH degree, and graduate students pursue their MPH program alongside another BU graduate program. For professionals interested in career development without the full commitment of a graduate program, we have several workforce training and non-degree options.

Boston University School of Public Health is dedicated to interdisciplinary public health education that transforms our students’ careers, preparing them to perform cutting-edge research and compassionately serve communities. Through knowledge and skills imparted by our renowned faculty, equip yourself to lead the future of public health through our exceptional academic programs.

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