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Students

2,243

Master's Programs

9

Doctoral Programs

3

Combined Programs

9+

Departments

10

Centers & Institutes

60+

Master's Programs

For the student who has just completed undergraduate studies or the professional with a few years of experience, the Bloomberg School offers several master’s degree programs.

Doctoral Programs

The Bloomberg School’s doctoral degree programs target students with specific career goals in public health research, teaching or leadership, and typically require a longer time commitment.

Combined Programs

The Bloomberg School offers additional degree programs for students interested in combining various fields and disciplines – from medicine and public health to international relations and public health.

Postdoctoral Programs

Postdoctoral programs at the Bloomberg School provide training opportunities for students who have already earned their doctoral degrees, and wish to further their knowledge and skills in a particular area of public health.

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Residency Programs

For physicians interested in preventive medicine, the Bloomberg School offers two residency programs – General Preventive Medicine and Occupational Medicine.

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