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Tulane University, including the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, has resumed normal operations. Low water pressure is still a concern across metro New Orleans, and the boil water alert continues. Therefore, DO NOT consume any water from anywhere in the building.


Admissions: See yourself here. Apply now.

More than 100 years of global public health experience. A collaborative learning environment. The charm and mystique of New Orleans. What more could you ask from a top school of public health?

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Skills-based coursework

We offer 18 master’s degrees and seven doctoral degrees, all of which start out on day one considering just how you will use your education when you’ve got your degree in hand. That’s one of the reasons we have a 95% career placement rate! Check out all of our academic offerings to find the one best suited to your strengths and interests.

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Do real public health while you are still a student

You will have ample opportunities to test out the skills you’ve learned in the classroom long before you don a cap and gown. There are internships, volunteer positions, research assignments, and, of course, the practicum, which encapsulates what you’ve learned in your program in a guided work experience.

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The most unique city in America

There’s no better place to be a graduate student! From the most robust festival scene, comfortable and mild winters, and easy accessibility for students living anywhere in the city, New Orleans’ charms are definitely one of the reasons so many students choose Tulane.

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Truly Global

From research programs to summer travel courses to practicum programs, our reach extends from our own backyard in New Orleans to nearly all continents around the globe. Learn why we say local is most definitely global, and public health is global health.

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