Master of Public Health

Be Among the First

Launching in fall 2021, the University of Chicago’s NEW Master of Public Health (MPH) program builds on faculty expertise in public health research, preparing students for careers as public health professionals.

The Time Is Now

Now more than ever, the Covid-19 pandemic and increased attention to health disparities has highlighted the critical need for public health professionals to improve the health of people and communities around the globe. At the University of Chicago, you will gain hands-on experience in public health practice and research.

 Why the University of Chicago?

The University of Chicago is built on a foundation of rigorous inquiry and transformative education. The Biological Sciences Division (BSD) constitutes a academic environment: a single division that delivers undergraduate, graduate, medical, and postgraduate biological sciences education together with outstanding patient care and world-renowned research. This configuration, coupled with our location on the University’s main campus on the south side of Chicago, encourages interdisciplinary research, educational partnerships, and collaborations.