GWSPH is proud to announce the formation of our seventh and newest department: Biostatistics and Bioinformatics.
Offers programs that challenge you to explore the underlying science and policy remedies for topics like sustainable cities and food systems, climate change mitigation, workplace safety and risk management.
Prepares students in the core quantitative sciences of public health to conduct epidemiologic research, undertake evaluation studies, and monitor population health status in a variety of settings.
Prepares students to establish a scientific basis for the value of physical activity and nutrition, and to create programs that promote healthy behaviors across an individual’s lifespan.
Prepares students with the knowledge, attitude and metrics needed to respond to the disease environment and changing global health issues of the 21st century such as clean water, disaster preparedness and maternal and child health.
Prepares students to become innovative and effective leaders in public health and health policy, health services delivery and health system transformation.
Prepares students to lead capacity-building programs and enhance the health of our world in four areas: health promotion, maternal and child health, public health communication and marketing, and community-oriented primary care.