CUNY School of Public Health
Employing the resources of The City University of New York, the nation’s largest and most diverse urban university, The CUNY School of Public Health seeks to create new models of public health education. The school was established as a consortium, including multiple campuses: Hunter College, Lehman College, Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center. The school brings accessible and quality programs to students across the five boroughs of our city, offering degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels including Bachelor of Science (BS), Master in Public Health (MPH), Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Public Health (DPH). The CUNY School of Public Health stands committed to carrying out its mission of innovative teaching, research and service to create and sustain a healthier New York City and to promote equitable, efficient, evidence-based solutions to serious urban health problems around the world.