We will admit students who want to understand the impact of climate change on health and are committed to protecting the health of populations using the knowledge and skills they will gain in the program.
The program may be a good fit for individuals working in a variety of professional roles, including:
- State and local public health workers
- Clinicians and other health professionals (physicians, nurses, physician assistants, community health workers, etc.)
- Health educators
- Environmental health professionals
- Government officials
- Professions whose constituents may be impacted by climate change
Participants may vary in their educational levels. They may already hold a graduate or undergraduate degree in public health or a related field, or may not have an educational background centered in public health. Visit our Admissions FAQs to review frequently asked questions about the admissions process.