MBA/MPH with Yale School of Public Health


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Program Description

Yale School of Public Health's M.P.H. program is designed for highly motivated students with a substantial interest in the area of public health. While some matriculants begin the program directly from undergraduate and graduate institutions, others have related public health work experience and/or a professional degree.

In general, the M.P.H. program requires four semesters in residence during which 20 courses must be completed. All M.P.H. students complete core courses in Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Health Policy, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Students must also fulfill divisional requirements that are specific to each academic program. In addition, students complete an internship between the first and second year of full-time study and either a Master's thesis or capstone course.

Joint Degree Applicants

Joint degree candidates must apply to each program and are encouraged to apply simultaneously. Be advised that application deadlines, documentation requirements and seat deposit due dates may differ greatly between programs. It is in the candidate's best interest to complete the application process early. Yale schools do not share documentation or application information. All admission decisions are independent.

Last updated Dec 2017

About the School

The Yale SOM mission to educate leaders for business and society is put into practice every day by our graduates, who embody our vision for them as inspiring, broadly engaged, values-based leaders who ... Read More

The Yale SOM mission to educate leaders for business and society is put into practice every day by our graduates, who embody our vision for them as inspiring, broadly engaged, values-based leaders who own and solve hard problems that matter. The Yale Management integrated curriculum is designed to foster and develop the distinctive qualities that have made Yale SOM graduates leaders in so many fields. Leading and Managing Boundaries. With foundations in the multisectoral heritage of the school, the concepts of broad engagement and broader perspective are now captured in the multidisciplinary delivery of our integrated curriculum, as well as in the path-breaking required international components of our MBA program. It is also embodied in the careers of many of our graduates, who are known for a high level of collaboration; and who work in, run, and create organizations that are responsive to the global organizational realities of the modern world. Transforming Positive Values into Personal, Professional, and Institutional Commitments. At SOM today, through our Leadership Development Program and other curricular and co-curricular activities, we encourage our students to think deeply about their personal values and what those values imply for their future personal and professional choices and actions. In addition, in our core curriculum, because courses are organized not around academic disciplines but around organizational constituencies, we are able to focus deliberation on ethical considerations in ways that a traditional MBA cannot. But this commitment to values is not a by-product of our new curriculum: it is a fundamental characteristic of the Yale School of Management since its founding. As a result, Yale SOM graduates are known for their integrity and their accountability, not only in their actions but also in the organizations they create, whose objectives are both to create value and to add value to society. Bringing Creativity and Discipline to Complex Management Problems. By de-emphasizing the rote application of frameworks and formulae that is inherent in a discipline-based curriculum, our integrated curriculum presents students with management problems that aren’t “prepackaged” for easy analysis, thus stimulating creativity in their approach to problem-solving. At the same time, by presenting critical management knowledge in organizational context, our students develop the disciplined habits of mind that allow them to maximize the effectiveness of their management decision-making. Similarly, Yale SOM graduates, especially those in entrepreneurial or cross-sectoral endeavors, have long been recognized for their unique combination of “soft” and “hard” skills – a combination that is more conducive to recognizing – and successfully acting on – opportunities as they present themselves. Read less
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