Your investment in an advanced degree in public health is significant. It is a commitment of time, money, and effort to accomplish your dreams of improving the health of the public and enhancing the quality of life for people globally. As you search for the right public health program, consider not only the atmosphere and culture of the institution you choose but how the return of that investment will impact your future and the future of the people you will ultimately impact. Whatever you want to do in public health, our culture of cross-disciplinary collaboration will help you make it happen. You and Yale, together. That's what will improve public health.
Yale School of Public Health welcomes students from a wide range of backgrounds and professional experiences. Whether you are an experienced health professional with an advanced degree or you are looking to pursue public health straight out of your undergraduate study, our programs can be personalized to your academic and career interests. Given the interdisciplinary nature of public health, students are encouraged to build programs that include courses from other departments and schools at Yale University. This includes areas such as law, management, economics, environmental studies, social sciences, genomics, spirituality and medical practice.
At Yale, research and learning go beyond the classroom and lab. Our students gain firsthand experience in the field and community through their academic work, applied practice and extracurricular activities.
The Yale School of Public Health strives to ensure the highest possible return on the investment you make in us. In doing so, we work tirelessly to provide incredible opportunities to gain professional experience, maximize career opportunities and your earning potential.
If you ask any of our students, it’s the supportive and caring sense of community that is woven into our academically rich culture. The Yale School of Public Health fosters a supportive environment for you to succeed, the assistance to achieve your professional goals, and a network of relationships that will benefit you throughout your lifetime.
Simply put, it is our goal to provide not only an education, but an environment of support and caring that fosters relationships which do not cease after your education is finished, but continue for a lifetime.
As one of our graduates says, “Go where you’re celebrated, not merely tolerated.”
MPH programs are administrated separately from MS and PhD programs. Please carefully select Mailing List and Application links in the sections below for your program of interest.
Mary Keefe, Director of Admissions
Troy Lazaro, Assistant Director of Admissions
Yale School of Public Health Admissions Office
47 College Street, Suite 108
New Haven, CT 06510
Melanie Elliot, Administrative Director of Graduate Student Affairs (PhD and MS programs)
Katie Doucet, Student Affairs Advisor
Yale University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Office of Graduate Admissions
P.O. Box 208236
New Haven, CT 06520-8236