We encourage you to learn more about our students—and read why they chose Brown—to help inform your decision to apply.
Our graduate programs are intentionally small; students are supported by faculty mentorship and have the opportunity to learn by doing. Despite our small size, our school ranks among the top 10 schools of public health for NIH funding.
Fall 2019 Entering Classes (Master's & PhD)
|Colleges and Universities Represented||74|
|Historically Underrepresented Students (among U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents)||21%|
|Graduate Program||Degree||Fall 2019 Cohort Size|
|Master of Public Health||MPH||42|
|Behavioral and Social Health Sciences||ScM*||7|
|Biostatistics||AM (no thesis)||2|
|Global Public Health||ScM||5|
|Health Services Research||PhD||5|
|All Graduate Programs||102|
*The ScM programs in Behavioral and Social Health Sciences and Epidemiology will no longer be offered beginning with the Fall 2020 application cycle.