Prospective students are welcome to explore this page to learn more about the application process and requirement for the Health and the Public Interest program at Georgetown University. The program offers a rigorous, experiential, and critical learning experience which prepares students with skills to solve global healthcare challenges. This one-year program focuses on health care policy through an intersectional lens and considers societal, psychological, cultural factors, and institutional influences.
The program’s emphasis on interdisciplinary curriculum allows students to tailor their academic experiences to their career and life goals. With this degree, students learn to critique and interpret complex research relevant to public health.
We welcome students and mid-career professionals who want to supplement their methodological knowledge with modern tools to solve global health challenges to apply.
Prospective students of the Master of Science in Health and the Public Interest program could find out more about the program and admission process below.
Find out more about the admission requirements and the application deadlines
Find out more about cost of attendance and available scholarships
Find out more about what it’s like to be a graduate student at Georgetown
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It is also highly recommended that you read the detailed information on the Graduate Admissions website. There, you can find a variety of materials and information, such as online and in-person education sessions, application guidelines and checklists, forms, and more.