The Master of Public Health (MPH) is the degree for those who wish to practice public health locally or globally. Our curriculum provides grounding in the competencies needed to be a successful public health practitioner. Graduates are equipped to address the most pressing and emerging health problems with training in one of seven concentrations.
The Master of Science (MS) in Global Health prepares students to conduct multidisciplinary research on health issues of global importance. Students complete coursework on issues of global importance, as well as in epidemiology, biostatistics, and research methods.
The accelerated MPH program is designed for Mason’s highly qualified and highly motivated undergraduate students only.
The Public Health Graduate Certificate offers two concentrations: Generalist and Leadership and Management. Both concentrations allow students to take relevant, up-to-date public health coursework on topics of interest without committing to a full degree program. The program provides working professionals an opportunity to advance their career and education at their own pace.