Who Should Enroll?
If you’re looking for a world-class education that approaches global health problems with innovative solutions from both domestic and global perspectives, then the School of Global Public Health at NYU is for you. We offer thirteen innovative undergraduate majors in collaboration with several of NYU’s prestigious schools so that you can tailor your degree to accommodate both your passion for public health as well as your interest in another complementary field, from nursing to nutrition to anthropology.
Plus, because of increases in federal and private funding for ever-growing and complex global health concerns, jobs in global health are on the upswing, meaning you will set the stage for career success in an in-demand field.
What Are the Different Global Public Health Majors?
To find out more information about the School of Global Public Health's thirteen undergraduate majors check out our majors page.
How to Apply
The undergraduate program requires that students select one of the thirteen Global Public Health majors on the Common Application, each of which joins the study of global public health with another discipline at NYU. You can begin your application process through the NYU Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
For More Information
Prospective students with questions about the application process or admission requirements are encouraged to contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions:
NYU Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Prospective students with general questions about the School of Global Public Health can contact GPH directly:
NYU School of Global Public Health