One of the nation’s leading institutions in public health education, the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health has a commitment to diversity and social justice, and a 70-year legacy of achievement in helping people live healthier lives, locally and globally.
The school has unique strengths to achieve maximum population health impact in California, the United States and the world. Connections to the broader Berkeley campus and the University of California system strengthen the school’s interdisciplinary approach to public health and allow access to leading-edge collaborators in key science and humanities disciplines.
Located in the center of the San Francisco Bay Area and adjacent to Silicon Valley, the school is at the epicenter of technological advances and forward-looking healthcare delivery systems. Situated on the Pacific Rim and sharing a border with Mexico, the school has built and continues to build an international network of partnerships.
Highly regarded for the quality of its faculty and students, the school has a reputation for excellence in education, research and community engagement. Its graduates are transformational health leaders across the globe and across all health sectors.