Eligibility for a Master of Public Health Fellowship
To be considered for an MPH fellowship, you must be a full-time student pursuing a Master of Public Health degree in one of the following tracks:
Behavioral, Social, and Community Health (residential only)
To address health issues such as childhood obesity or the spread of sexually transmitted infections, the study of social, behavioral, and cultural factors is essential. In this program, you'll learn about the determinants of health and how to design, implement, and evaluate effective health behavior change interventions in the community.
Environmental Health (residential and online programs)
Work toward solving some of today's most consequential environmental and occupational health challenges including climate change, food safety, hazardous waste management, worker health and safety, and disaster management.
Epidemiology (residential program)
Acquire some of the most sought-after skills in public health. In this program, you'll learn to conceptualize a public health problem, design epidemiological studies, collect and analyze data, then interpret and disseminate results to a broad range of individuals and communities.
Parks and Recreation (online only)
Get practical knowledge about the management of public lands, parks, and recreation services in the only Master of Public Health program in North America focused on parks and recreation.