An academic concentration at Brown is an in-depth study centering on one or more disciplines, a problem or theme, or a broad question. The School of Public Health offers two undergraduate concentrations:
The Master of Public Health (MPH) at Brown has a singular purpose: to train leaders in public health who are armed with the skills to conduct research, bring about policy change, and positively affect the health of populations. The program includes an internship, a thesis, and the option of participating in one of the specialty concentrations below (or completing a Generalist concentration):
The School of Public Health offers specialized master’s degrees in:
- Behavioral and Social Health Sciences
- Clinical and Translational Research
- Global Public Health
Brown University undergraduates may pursue a 5th-year master's in:
*Master of Arts (AM) and Master of Science (ScM) programs are offered.
The Certificate Program in Clinical and Translational Research is designed for physicians, doctorally-trained basic scientists, and students in doctoral programs or medical school.
The School of Public Health offers several opportunities for highly-motivated students to complete dual degree programs at an accelerated pace:
Our four departments are the academic homes of our graduate degree programs. Learn more about the degrees they offer, their faculty, and their areas of research.
In keeping with Brown University’s commitment to advancing academic excellence through innovative, student-centered learning, and our belief in the value of interdisciplinary collaboration, students in all degree programs may take courses outside of their academic department, and even outside the School of Public Health.