The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
is a top-ranked, internationally respected center of learning
and research that prepares students to influence public health
practices and care across the country and around the world.
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Pitt Public Health students are motivated to make a difference. Learn how you can affect real change across the community, the nation, and the planet.
Pursue in-depth research projects or assist in translational research that informs public health practice or policy. Whatever you’re passionate about—we have a research and practice center to fit your interests.
Pitt Public Health molds graduates who are ready to lead public health initiatives in response to the needs of communities and populations everywhere. See yourself among these visionaries.
Work and learn side-by-side with brilliant faculty members committed to teaching and mentoring students. Be stimulated by their diverse, cutting-edge research interests and broad involvement in public health practice.
The University has begun an extensive search process to select a new long-term dean for the Graduate School of Public Health.
As the University responds to the coronavirus (COVID‑19) outbreak, check these resources and guides for the Pitt Public Health community.
With over 16 master’s degrees offered, you can choose a program to match your own interests, academic strengths, and career goals.
When Diane Peterson realized she needed a change, she made a decision that led to 40 years of pioneering executive leadership.
Registration for Fall 2020 (term 2211) begins for all students.
Add/drop begins for Fall 2020 (term 2211)
Our annual showcase of student research, the Pitt Public Health Dean’s Day poster showcase will not be held this spring, either live or virtually.