Master of Public Health
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Learn more about the Master of Public Health program at Binghamton University by attending a virtual information session led by Yvonne Johnston, founding director. During the event (held via Zoom), you'll learn about the MPH coursework and curriculum, admission requirements, Binghamton University's graduate application process and more. Sign up today for one of our free, upcoming events.
About the program
The Master of Public Health (MPH) program prepares graduates to analyze complex public health issues and to work collaboratively to create healthier communities in New York and throughout the world.
Our program aims to prepare well-educated, theoretically informed, ethical, culturally competent and skillful public health professionals who can apply their knowledge to solve public health challenges.
Associate Professor and Founding Director
The Master of Public Health (MPH) program at Binghamton University offers a generic master's program with selective scholarship in the area of population/global health.
When you enroll in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program at Binghamton University, you will be assigned an academic advisor who is a faculty member in the MPH program.
Employment opportunities abound in New York for public health graduates and include public health departments at county and state levels as well as insurance and pharmaceutical companies.