Advanced Professional MPH and joint MBA/MPH students start their core courses in the Summer Session.
The 11-month Advanced Professional MPH Program provides rigorous public health training to individuals with a doctoral-level (or equivalent) degree in a field related to public health (e.g., physicians, podiatrists, dentists, veterinarians, or those with a doctorate in the biological, behavioral, or social sciences) and to medical students who have completed their third year in an accredited medical school in the United States. The program is designed for mature individuals with clear goals in public health. Students can enter the program to gain skills in the public health sciences and to prepare for careers in a variety of settings, including academia; local, national, or international public health agencies; industry; and nonprofit foundations and research organizations. Physicians in preventive medicine, occupational and environmental medicine, and aerospace medicine residency programs can enter the program to complete their MPH degree requirement.
Students concentrate in one of six tracks: Applied Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Health Policy, Global Health, Preventive Medicine, or Occupational and Environmental Medicine. The program begins with an intensive 7-week summer session, followed by two full-time semesters of study (July to May). Students may choose to complete the program on a part-time basis; however, all requirements must be completed within three years of the date of matriculation.
Applicants for the Yale MD/MPH Program must be currently enrolled in the Yale School of Medicine. Yale medical students interested in the MD/MPH program should contact Professor Mayur Desai (email@example.com).