- The Executive Doctor of Science (program trains health professionals to become independent health service scholars and to advance knowledge of health systems through collaborative research and publication.
- The China Medical Board (CMB) Next Generation Fellowships offer financial support for international Master's degree study in the fields of Health Policy and Systems Sciences. The fellowships are intended to train a new generation of potential leaders in these fields in China. Applicant must be a Chinese citizen and currently resident in mainland China. Support for Fellows consists entirely of training abroad, in fulfillment of a Master's degree.
- The Department of Tropical Medicine offers a Diploma Course in Tropical Medicine and Traveler's Health which prepares health professionals with clinical backgrounds to deal with the important public health problems of tropical developing countries. A separate application is submitted directly to the school's Office of Admissions.
- The Dietetic Internship Program is a graduate-level supervised practice program for students who would like to become registered dieticians, earning the designation of RD. Students apply through the centralized DICAS internship application.
- The Peace Corps Master's Internationalist Program is a co-coordinated program in which students simultaneously apply to Tulane and the Peace Corps. Students complete academic requirements for a master's degree, after which they are placed overseas to apply the public health skills they learned on campus.
- The Global Health Certificate Program is a multi-disciplinary program open to graduate students from any school at Tulane. It is designed to demonstrate the interrelation between the student's course of study and the study of health issues that transcend boundaries.
Several departments also offer combined degrees with the A.B. Freeman School of Business, the School of Social Work, and the School of Law.