Details at a Glance
Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is a member of the Ivy League and consistently ranks among the world’s leading academic institutions. Dartmouth’s innovative Master of Public Health program connects students with an expansive network, which includes:
With our small class sizes, you will be guided and mentored by world-renowned faculty who are committed to helping you achieve your healthcare career goals. Many students in the program also have the opportunity to participate in ongoing research work, including projects on end-of-life care, shared decision making, and quality improvement.
Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), Dartmouth’s MPH Program is offered in two formats:
11 months on the Dartmouth campus, recognized as one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country
22 months online with three week-long on-campus session per year (for a total of six)
The Dartmouth MPH program is offered through The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, a health services and research education center at Dartmouth, and a world leader in studying and advancing models for disruptive change in healthcare delivery.
*Graduate outcomes information based on Class of 2015-2017 data
Two years of work experience is required for the online MPH program.
December 1 - Priority deadline for scholarship consideration
February 1 - Final deadline for scholarship consideration
April 15 - Final deadline for all applications
Clubs & Associations
Students supplement their studies with participating in a variety of extracurricular activities at The Dartmouth Institute and across Dartmouth’s campus. The Medical Ethics interest groups and the Global Health Scholars are particularly popular among our students. Students also participate in The Dartmouth Institute Student Advisory Council, the Geisel Graduate Council, and the Dartmouth Graduate Studies Council.
What Our Students Say
At Dartmouth, I learned how to ask the right questions, analyze complex problems, and develop practical solutions that help move the needle forward on getting patients the right care."Gerald Onuoha, MD, MS ‘15
I love what I do—we’re getting a lot of momentum in using artificial intelligence at GE Healthcare. We’re innovating healthcare and that's what Dartmouth's MPH program taught me."Akanksha Karwar, MPH ‘13
At Dartmouth, I learned how to ask the right questions, analyze complex problems, and develop practical solutions that help move the needle forward on getting patients the right care."
I love what I do—we’re getting a lot of momentum in using artificial intelligence at GE Healthcare. We’re innovating healthcare and that's what Dartmouth's MPH program taught me."