Master of Science in Global Health
The Master of Science in Global Health program provides science-centric training involving laboratory research, survey research, and mathematical modeling in the emerging field of global health. The program enables students to make connections between classroom training in global health topics and the real health needs of resource-poor populations around the world through hands-on experience. Science is understood in the context of its promise to improve the health of those people who are disproportionately affected by preventable diseases.
News and Events
EARLY ADMISSION- APPLY BY DECEMBER 1
The Master of Science in Global Health program at the University of Notre Dame is very competitive. It is strongly advised that those who are interested in being considered for next year's class apply early for consideration. Applicants who submit their application (including all letters of recommendation) by December 1, 2013, will be notified of the decision by the admissions committee by February 1.
Research being done by Marya Leiberman, PhD, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame and a member of the University's Eck Institute for Global Health, and recent graduate student Ashley Scott, MS '13 in Kenya.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN GLOBAL HEALTH CLASS OF 2013!
The nineteen Eck Institute for Global Health master's students graduated this past Saturday and are now setting out to address global health issues around the world. Our graduates are going on to work for international non-profit organizations such as Timmy Global Health and Catholic Relief Services. Many others are heading on to medical school as well. We wish them all the best of luck!
Application review begins September 30. Applications will be accepted through February 1. Additional applications may be considered if space permits. Applicants are usually notified of the decision of the admissions committee by April 15.