Cornell University



Cornell University’s MPH Program helps build public health leaders who are inspired and equipped to ensure the health of people and the world in which we live. The Program is led by experts from diverse fields and practitioners from around the world, who teach using a multidisciplinary, engaged learning approach which prepares graduates to tackle diverse public health issues at local, state, national, and international levels.

Our MPH Program is founded on three pillars—Sustainability, Equity, and Engagement—that inform our approach to teaching, research, service, and practice. Our small class sizes and personalized instruction give our students uncommon flexibility in developing the skills they need to make an impact in their desired careers. Through working with community partners, our students turn theory into practice, producing deliverables of real value and preparing to become future leaders of the public health workforce.

Concentrations: Infectious Disease Epidemiology; Food Systems & Health