Check out the beta version of our new Gillings Program Search (GPS) for prospective students. The GPS provides a search option for our School's degree and non-degree programs, as well as the ability to drill down to an overview of each program's quick facts and related information about how to apply.
Training in the Department of Health Behavior Health Education spans a comprehensive range of subjects that affect global public health issues. Our programs challenge students to discover new solutions to enact health-related social and behavioral change.
Master's Program Guidelines (MPH)
Dual Master's Degree in Health Behavior and City and Regional Planning (MPH/MRP)
Doctoral Program Guidelines (PhD)
Overview of Streamlined MSPH-to-PhD Program
The Department follows and supports the University's policy on prohibited harassment and discrimination.
|Last updated October 14, 2013|