Vanderbilt’s master of public health program prepares leaders to take on today’s most pressing and complex health challenges.
Learn more about the program from MPH faculty members, current students and program staff at one of the following upcoming campus information sessions:
- Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 4:30 p.m.
Buttrick Hall, Room 112
- Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 4 p.m.
Light Hall, Room 306
These informal information sessions will offer a brief overview of the MPH curriculum, competencies, career options, an outline of the application process and time to answer questions.
The Vanderbilt master of public health is a two-year interdisciplinary program to train public health scientists and leaders dedicated to improving public health and preventing disease and disability. Three tracks are offered: Epidemiology, Global Health and Health Policy.
A five-year joint MD/MPH degree is offered for students interested in acquiring tools needed to conceptualize and conduct studies using the methods accepted by premiere medical journals.
The Vanderbilt MPH program is accredited through the Council on Education for Public Health. Students from all academic and professional backgrounds are eligible to apply.
- Global Health and Health Policy tracks: Dec. 15 (scholarship consideration) and Jan. 15
- Epidemiology track: Dec. 15 (scholarship consideration) and March 1
For more information, visit medschool.vanderbilt.edu/mph.