Pitt Public Health offers a wide variety of master's and doctoral degrees across our seven departments as well as a Multidisciplinary Master's of Public Health for doctoral-level clinicians. The school also offers specialized areas of concentration as well as a variety of joint degrees with other Pitt schools including social work, law, business, and an accelerated bachelor's/master's program.
Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
Joint degrees in MPH/MSW & MPH/PhD in social work; MPH/MID in international development, MPH/MPA in public administration, MPH/MPIA in international affairs; MPH/PhD in anthropology,
MS concentrations available in
health data science* and in computational genetics*
Environmental and Occupational Health
Health Policy and Management
MPH*, MHA, MS*
MHA/MBA, JD/MPH MD/PhD
MS in Genetic Counseling,
MS in Genome Bioinformatics*
Infectious Diseases and Microbiology
MPH concentrations in
laboratory practice (PEL) or
community practice (MIC)
* Accelerated bachelor's/master's option available (4+1 years).
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Excited to pursue a career in health? Think that graduate school is in your future? Then consider Pitt Public Health’s Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Program.
If you’re a motivated student who’s completed the appropriate undergraduate coursework, the accelerated bachelor’s/master’s program allows you to complete both degrees in a total of five years—saving up to a full year of time and tens of thousands of dollars in tuition!
Contact Robin Leaf for more information or visit summeredge.pitt.edu to apply.