Monday, November 2, 2015

Information About the Vanderbilt Master's of Public Health Program

Vanderbilt is now accepting applications for the Fall of 2016!

To learn more about Vanderbilt programs:
  1. Attend a campus info session: Meet with Vanderbilt MPH Program faculty track directors and students in person on Wednesday, November 11: 5pm in 411 Light Hall
  2. Chat with Vanderbilt school representatives at the online Sophas Fair.
    • Monday, November 9: 10am to 6pm ET
    • Tuesday, November 10: 10am to 6pm ET
    Participation is free – register at
    Option to upload your CV or resume prior to the event (not required to participate)
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  • Degree offered: Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)
  • Track options: Epidemiology, Global Health, and Health Policy
  • Total enrollment, 2015-2016: 46
  • Full-time, two-year (five academic terms) program beginning every fall
  • Administered through the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
  • Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
  • Click here to learn more 
Through the David Satcher Scholars Program, merit-based scholarships provide students from underrepresented minority groups full tuition support for the two-year Vanderbit MPH Program. Satcher scholars have the opportunity to pursue practicum work at the Morehouse David Satcher Leadership Institute. There is no separate application for the David Satcher Scholars Program. To be considered, candidates should submit their completed application by the priority (scholarship) deadlines.