Master's Programs

Pitt Public Health helps you realize your vision for the future with a master's program designed to highlight your individual strengths. With more than two dozen master's degree options and combinations, we make it easy to find a program that aligns with your skills, academic background, and career goals. You can personalize your experience further with a graduate certificate in areas such as global health, health equity, LGBT health and wellness, or health systems leadership. Be the architect of your own career and start exploring Pitt Public Health master’s programs today.

Master of Public Health (MPH)

An MPH is a public health professional degree that prepares you to enter the public health field by working for an agency or organization. 

MPH Competencies

Find coverage of CEPH competencies in Pitt Public Health MPH core courses.

MPH Practicum/Internship

Practical experience, outside the classroom, related to your career interests.

MS/MPH Dual Degree

Combine genomics and public health in this first of its kind program and meet a growing workforce need.

Master of Science (MS)

An MS is an academic degree that prepares you to do research in academia or industry. We offer the MS in the following departments:

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Master of Health Administration

We also offer a non-public health degree with focus in policy and management.

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Joint Degree Options

Joint degrees combine your Pitt Public Health studies with a second degree from another school at the University.

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Determine Your Path

If you are undecided on which field of study to pursue, use this guide to find your best fit within public health.