Master of Public Health in Global Health at the University of Washington

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The MPH program in Global Health at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA is one of the premier global health programs in the world. The program offers a social justice and practical skills-based framework so graduates can make a difference wherever they work. Students exit with core public health skills in research, analytic methods, management, implementation science, health metrics and evaluation; and a deeper understanding of the social, economic, and political determinants of health. This program is known for: an interdisciplinary approach; cohort-based programming with approximately one-third international students; a collaborative student environment; accessible faculty who combine teaching, research, and practice; and long-term local and international partnerships. At the University of Washington, we value and honor diverse experiences and perspectives, strive to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and promote access, and opportunity for all.

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Global health
Public health
Child and family health
Epidemiology
Implementation science
Metrics and evaluation
Policy and management
Public policy
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University of Washington

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