For those drawn to the field of public health, it can be much more like a calling than a job. New York University’s College of Global Public Health offers committed students like you a world-class education, with domestic and global perspectives that emphasize health equity, ethics and social justice.
Fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health, our MPH program offers eight areas of concentration, dual-degree programs, and award-winning faculty conducting groundbreaking research. Learn more about how you can help discover innovative solutions to epidemics and reinvent the public health paradigm.
Why an MPH at NYU GPH?
Employment of and demand for public health professionals are on the rise. Along with increases in federal and private funding for ever-growing and complex global health concerns, careers in global health are on the upswing.
Ambitious students like you need the exceptional analytic and decision-making skills developed through GPH to meet these pressing public health crises to become leaders in the field and reinvent the public health paradigm.
Coursework is grounded in an interdisciplinary and entrepreneurial approach, allowing you to gain a holistic perspective of public health issues in order to create systems-changing solutions.
Our New York City location gives you proximity to local, national and international agencies from the New York City Department of Health to UNICEF, the United Nations and the World Food Programme.
Our dedication to addressing global public health concerns offers you infinite possibilities for travel abroad to over 20 countries.
All students complete a real-world, hands-on Applied Practice experience, such as an internship, research leading to a thesis, or a group-based capstone project.
A World-Class Education
Thanks to scholarships, loans, employment opportunities and more, GPH is here to help make your calling to become a global public health leader a reality. Learn more about our financial aid resources now.
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Alysa Miller, MPH 2016
“The SeedProgram has enhanced my interest in public health research. Through my experience in the lab, I have been better equipped to identify the influence food marketing has on health, and learned how to recognize the implications it has on public health and propose suggestions for improved food policies.”