Master’s Programs

Earn your MPH, Sc.M. or A.M. at the School of Public Health

Through a balanced emphasis on research and hands-on practice, our master's programs equip public health scholars with the skills to drive policy change and make a positive impact on the well-being of communities, both locally and globally.

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Brown's MPH programs have a singular purpose: to train leaders in public health so that they are equipped with the skills to conduct rigorous research, bring about policy change and positively affect the health of populations across the globe.

Join us in Providence for a rigorous training program that will teach you to conduct research, bring about policy change, and positively affect the health of populations in Rhode Island and beyond.
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Brown's Accelerated MPH for Clinicians is a fast-paced, in-person program designed to deliver an academically rigorous and comprehensive public health education to professionals with prior medical or clinical health care education.
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Master of Science (Sc.M.)

The School of Public Health offers specialized graduate degrees for those considering entering the field of biostatistics or healthcare leadership.

We educate students to become statisticians trained to work in modern data science environments with expertise in theory and methods of statistical inference and modeling, knowledge and experience with tools of data science, and a well-developed skill set in computer programming, strong communication skills and experience working collaboratively
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An accredited, one-year program focused on building leadership skills within the complex healthcare industry. Our rigorous curriculum, taught by world-class faculty and enhanced by diverse peer-to-peer learning, combines the best of an MBA and MHA.
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Master of Arts (A.M.)

The School of Public Health offers a specialized program in Biostatistics for Brown undergraduates looking to complete a fifth year of study.