Master of Public Health

Program description: 

Trans-disciplinary Professional Training Program in Public Health and One Health.

Cornell University’s campus-wide Master of Public Health (MPH) program seeks to create public health leaders who are inspired and trained to ensure sustainable health of people, animals, and the world. Cornell’s MPH program is founded on the One Health paradigm which focuses on the multiple types of relationships connecting humans, animals, and the environment. This paradigm recognizes that we must take a trans-disciplinary approach to public health issues, encourages us to draw from the best practices of complementary disciplines, and allows us to look beyond traditional human health models. The program is led by experts from multiple fields across the university to reinforce a multidisciplinary approach that will prepare graduates to tackle diverse public health issues at the municipal, state, national, and international levels. Information:

Program discipline(s): 
Global health
Public health
Environmental studies
Food and nutrition
Implementation science
Metrics and evaluation
Policy and management
Veterinary Medicine