The academic program at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is designed to provide a comprehensive, practice-based, global health-focused education at both the undergraduate and graduate level. The school offers degrees in six academic departments and is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.
We also offer distance learning programs for mid-career professionals as well as the country's most successful MD/MPH program.
The mission of the Department of Epidemiology is to play a leading role in the improvement of global public health.
Biostatistics is an area of applied statistical science that deals with designing health related research studies and communicating these results.
GCHB is dedicated to the promotion of optimal health and preparing the next generation of public health professionals.
Environmental factors directly impact the health and well being of people throughout the world.
Health Management and Policy researchers develop new ideas, theories and practices that contribute to improving the population's health.
Graduates of this program are prepared to work for the U.S. government, in private practice, or for non-governmental organizations.
Distance Learning courses are only suitable for mid-career industrial hygiene and occupational health professionals.
The combined degree program is designed to be completed in four years, integrating the requirements for both schools.