Case Western Reserve University


The Master of Public Health (MPH) program at Case Western Reserve University graduates professionals who are dedicated to improving the health of individuals, communities and whole populations—regionally and around the world. Through five concentrations, an intensive research pathway and 11 dual-degree programs, you can tailor a plan of study that resonates with your interests as you learn from our expert faculty. Whichever path you take, you’ll benefit from the resources and connections of our renowned medical school as you gain hands-on experience with nationally recognized health systems such as Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals, and participate in research with faculty who are influencing national and international health policy. Our alumni pursue a variety of careers including those in direct service, public policy, community-based clinical care or healthy choice campaigns. No matter your specific goals, you will be prepared to develop, implement and evaluate solutions to community health problems.