Public Health Master’s Programs

Public Health Master’s Programs

The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health (GWSPH) offers master’s programs for those looking to advance their careers in public health and related fields


Master’s Programs Overview

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Ranked the No. 11 public health school by U.S. News & World Report, GWSPH offers the unique opportunity to learn and lead in the nation’s capital. Our network partners with local, national and international organizations to advance public health practice and policy in communities around the world.

Each program is taught by elite faculty and public health professionals that offer a wealth of expertise and provide practical insight into the field of public health. Our school of public health is made up of seven departments, unified with the focused goal of advancing health around the world. Join the next generation of public health policymakers, researchers and leaders.


Public Health Master’s Degree Options


The goal of the GWSPH master’s programs is to provide you with the tactical skills and knowledge to pursue your personal and professional goals by offering a diverse range of programs taught by passionate leaders in the field.











Why choose the George Washington University for your Graduate Degree in Public Health?

Boasting a diverse student population, tailored degree programs and flexible pacing options, GW helps passionate graduate students become public health trailblazers. You can study full or part time, on campus in the heart of Washington, D.C., or from anywhere in the world.

Request information to learn more about earning a graduate degree in public health from the George Washington University.