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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.

Department Degrees

Global Biostatistics and Data Science (BIOS)

Epidemiology (EPID)

Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences (GCHB)

Global Environmental Health Sciences (GEHS)

Health Policy and Management (HPM)

Tropical Medicine (TRMD)

Global Environmental Health Sciences - Distance Learning for mid-career professionals

The above Distance Learning courses are only suitable to mid-career professionals.


Other options:

Master's students can augment their degree with a certificate in a secondary area. Learn about our Certificate Programs for current master's students. 

Students can also combine degrees with other schools. Learn more about the Combination Degrees available and the process for applying to both.

More than 95% of our graduates find employment within the first year after graduation or continue on to further education. Alumni pursue careers in every corner of the world and in every aspect of public health, including non-governmental organizations, ministries of health, state departments of health, major hospitals and healthcare facilities, non-profit entities, governmental agencies, and academia.

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