The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY SPH) offers master’s and doctoral degree programs that prepare students to meet the public health challenges of the 21st century. The school emphasizes interdisciplinary approaches to solving complex health problems by analyzing their causes at multiple levels of organization (such as individual, family, community, city, and nation) and planning interventions that address these levels of influence.
CUNY SPH recognizes the importance of culture and community and seeks to prepare graduates who can work with diverse populations to achieve common health goals. Courses provide students with up-to-date scientific knowledge so they can translate findings into programs and policies that make a difference. With a focus on urban populations, the curriculum prepares students to understand the health impact of global migration and the many ways that cities around the world can learn from each other to improve public health.
We are now accepting applications for Spring 2019 and Fall 2019 semesters.
Spring 2019: Deadline extended to January 1, 2019
Fall 2019: Students applying for Fall 2019, please see our revised curriculum
Master’s Degree Programs (MPH/MS)
- MPH, Community Health Education (COMHE)
- MPH, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (EOHS)
- MPH, Public Health Nutrition (NUTR)
- MPH, Biostatistics and Epidemiology (EPI-BIOS)
- MPH, Public Health Policy and Management
- MS, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
Doctoral Degree Programs (DPH)
- Community, Society and Health (CSH)
- Epidemiology (EPI)
- Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH)
- Health Policy and Management (HPM)
Nutrition and Dietetics Program
All prospective students are encouraged to attend an admissions information session for more details on the public health degree programs and admissions requirements at the CUNY School of Public Health. Please view the upcoming Information Session Calendar to RSVP to an event.
You are also welcome to schedule a one-on-one appointment with an admissions counselor:
Admissions counseling appointments are available in person on campus at 55 W 125th St, 5th Floor or via phone. Appointments must be made at least two days in advance. If you cannot make any of the listed times, contact email@example.com. Otherwise, please book your appointment through FlexBooker.
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If you have any other questions regarding admissions, please reach out to us! The fastest way to reach us is to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call (646) 664-8355.
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