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A Degree to Serve the Greater Good

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Study public health in the largest health care system in New York City. With a Master of Public Health (MPH) from Mount Sinai, you are prepared to translate knowledge into action to solve our generation’s most pressing public health issues. Our graduates harness their interdisciplinary training to serve in a variety of roles in different settings, such as public health practice, government agencies, industry, academia, and the nonprofit sector.  

The MPH program is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health. Our 45-credit, two-year competency-based program requires coursework in one of eight specialty tracks, as well the applied practice experience and culminating experience.

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Gain a solid foundation the five core areas of public health: biostatistics, epidemiology, environmental health, health policy & management, and socio-behavioral sciences. 

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Learn to effectively assist communities in setting priorities, making decisions, and implementing strategies to improve the public health of their neighborhoods. 

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Explore how exposures from air, water, food, work, and the built environment affect the health of individuals and communities. 

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Develop the competencies necessary to bring practical solutions to the health problems of underserved and neglected populations around the world. 

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Study how different health care practices and interventions affect the most critical end results — like mortality and quality of life.

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Through courses in statistical inference, genetics, probability, and more, start here to launch a successful career in clinical research or biostatistics. 

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Master the skills needed to analyze public health trends, design and implement studies, and interpret the results for policy and program development.

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Learn the strategic, ethical, and managerial competencies needed to assume a leadership role in public health, health, government, and community service organizations.     

The Path to Change Starts With You

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