The University of Puerto Rico Graduate School of Public Health (UPR-GSPH) has been at the forefront of excellence in teaching, research and service for over 75 years. The UPR-GSPH has over 20 academic programs, including DrPH Programs in environmental health, social determinants of health, and health systems analysis and management.
Classroom education, research and field experience allow students to develop their social conscience and universal responsibility. Practicums and service programs prepare students for careers in community-based organizations, health industries, government and academia. Service, training and research centers focus on sexual and reproductive health, health promotion, public health training, emergency preparedness, socio-medical evaluation, population and demography.
The UPR-GSPH provides exciting opportunities for public health in the Caribbean region and Latin America. The UPR-GSPH’s highly competitive tuition fees, daytime and evening trimester schedule, and collegial and small school atmosphere provide a diverse and unique cultural immersion and bilingual learning experience.