Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Program in Public Health

Our Program

The Program in Public Health at Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine offers a premiere, multidisciplinary educational environment that trains graduate students for a variety of professional roles in public health, clinical care and health research.  Our students capitalize on close interaction with faculty leaders and a range of outstanding students to advance their career goals.

Why a Master of Public Health?

The MPH is a highly valued public health professional degree.The Northwestern MPH Program produces analytically skilled, boundary spanning, public health leaders. Pursue our generalist option or concentrate in community health research, epidemiology, or global health to achieve your public health professional goals.

Why an MS in Biostatistics?

Graduate training in biostatistics qualifies students to plan, direct and execute health research and to analyze health data. Northwestern’s MS in Biostatistics offers flexible curriculum options to emphasize individual needs and interests in this dynamic field of study. Opportunities for innovative public health contributions abound with focused training in cutting edge data analysis and computational techniques.

Read a message from Rowland W. Chang, MD,MPH, Founding Director of the Program in Public Health

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