• The MPH program congratulates Jonathan Muruako, Nia Lucas, Nicholas Sachs, and the founding members of the Racial Equity Task Force (Julia Hah, Leena Kasa, Farzana Khan, Rachel Randolph, Nahara Saballos, and Angela Song). They have won a variety of awards for engagement and leadership within the MPH program and at the University of Pennsylvania.
  • The University of Pennsylvania MPH program leverages the University’s interdisciplinary resources to prepare the next generation of public health leaders and innovators to promote the health of populations locally, nationally, and globally.
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The Penn MPH

The Penn MPH

The mission of the University of Pennsylvania MPH program is to leverage the University’s interdisciplinary resources to prepare the next generation of public health leaders and innovators to promote the health of populations locally, nationally, and globally. The Penn MPH program is a University-wide, interdisciplinary program that draws on teaching faculty from public health experts across the University, as well as the surrounding Philadelphia region. We offer incredibly flexibility and individual tailoring to each student, and students can complete the program on a full-time or part-time basis. All students take the same core course requirements, but use their electives, fieldwork opportunity, and capstone experience to focus in one of three tracks: Generalist, Global Health, and One Health. The MPH program also offers 16 dual degrees options from a variety of disciplines across campus.