The Master of Public Health Program at Washington University in St. Louis is rooted in an innovative curriculum that uses problem-based learning approaches to help students understand and apply principles to address public health challenges. The MPH program delivers a solid foundation of core competencies in public health and is designed to provide opportunities for developing analytical, leadership, and team building skills. Students have the option to choose a specialization in either Biostatistics/Epidemiology or Global Health, a certificate in Violence and Injury Prevention, or obtain a generalist degree. The faculty has strengths in areas of global health, health behavior, health economics, social determinants of health, epidemiology and biostatistics. The Brown School awards more than 4 million dollars in scholarships each year, including four full-tuition MPH scholarships.
For more information on their program, visit brownschool.wustl.edu.
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