At the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (SPHTM), we prepare students to address the public health concerns of our time and improve health in communities around the globe.
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The Tulane SPHTM community is unafraid to take on challenges. We look to solve emerging issues that may one day affect us all. And we have fun doing it.
6 Departments [link]
17 Master’s Degrees [link]
7 Doctoral Degrees [link]
Always making a difference [link to news]
Public health is a growing field with increasing needs for qualified professionals with hard skills. We provide that, and as a result, our graduates have a 95% success rate at finding jobs or continuing on to advanced degrees.
Benefits of earning a public health degree at Tulane:
- Skills-based education employers recognize
- Focus on preparing for your public health career
- Faculty who go above and beyond
- World-wide connections
- Strong alumni networking
- Local and global practice opportunities
- The charm and excitement of New Orleans
Tulane SPHTM is the oldest school of public health, one of only two schools of tropical medicine, and the only combined school of public health and tropical medicine. CEPH-accredited since 1947.
The school and its faculty are active participants of: the American Public Health Association, American College of Healthcare Executives, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health, the Consortium of Universities for Global Health, Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools, and many other leading health organizations.