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Public Health Programs

JamsamJamsam Registered User Posts: 23 New Member
Do any of you know the top schools for public health? also does stanford have a program?

Replies to: Public Health Programs

  • DeepBlue86DeepBlue86 Registered User Posts: 660 Member
    edited October 6
    Per US News, the top 15 graduate schools of public health are Johns Hopkins, Harvard, UNC, Michigan, UW, Emory, Cal, UMN, BU, UCLA, Tulane, Pitt, GW and Yale - which sounds plausible. The various programs have different strengths, and the best place for you will depend on many things, particularly whether you want to be an academic or practitioner, and in which area. You'll have to dig deeper.

    Stanford doesn't have a school of public health, although there is a Center for Innovation in Global Health affiliated with the medical school there. It doesn't offer degrees.
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