YSPH at a Glance

HighlightsOne of the first eight accredited schools of public health
Faculty ranked most productive of any U.S. school of public health
One of the top-rated PhD programs
11 joint degree programs and multiple interdisciplinary programs in one of the world's great universities
An alumni network spanning all 50 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico and 69 countries
Low student to  faculty ratio
OverviewFounded: 1915 by C.-E. A. Winslow
Dean: Sten H. Vermund, MD, PhD
Anna M.R. Lauder Professor of Public Health
Address60 College St., New Haven, CT, 06510, 203-785-2867
FacultyFull-time 125
Part-time 144

Visiting 37

Postdoctoral associates and fellows 40

Centers and Institutes 17
Class Profile MPH 2018Class size 155
Men 34%; Women 66%
Average age 25
Undergraduate schools represented 95
States represented 39
US racial and ethnic minorities 14%
International students 26%
Total Number MPH Students310 
MS & PHD ProfilePhD class size 63 
 MS class size 20 
 Men 30% Women 70 % 
 US racial and ethnic minorities 11% 
 International students 48% 
MPH InernshipsAll two-year MPH candidates are required to complete an internship in the summer between the first and second years of the program for a minimum of 8 weeks. Students intern in organizations around the world and throughout the US. 

In 2015, internships took place in the following countries:
ChinaPuerto Rico 
ColombiaRepublic of Congo 
FijiSouth Africa 
IndiaSouth Korea 
MalawiUnited Kingdom 

MPH Career Placement Class of 2015Business and Industry 33%
 Further Study 24%
 Government and Public Sector 8%
 Hospitals and Medical Centers 19%
 NGOs and Non-Profits 5%
 Public Health Research 11%
Student OrganizationsAmerican College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) - Yale Chapter
American Public Health Association (APHA) - Yale Chapter
Emerging Majority Students Association
Gender, Sexuality and Reproductive Health Justice
Grad/Professional Intramural Sports
Haven Free Clinic
Health and Environment at Yale

Journal of Health Policy, Law and Ethics
McDougal Graduate Student Center
Out in Public
Progressive Mental Health
Student Consulting Group

The Black Graduate Network
Universities Allied for Essential Medicines
Yale Public Health Podcast
Total Budget FY 2017$67  million

rev. 03.08.2017

Mission Statement

Albert Ko with Student - crop

The School of Public Health at Yale University provides leadership to protect and improve the health of the public. Through innovative research, policy analysis, and education that draws upon multidisciplinary scholarship from across the graduate and professional programs at Yale, the school serves local, national, and international communities with its knowledge and expertise.