The Master of Science in Global Health program offers engaging science-centric training in the context of global health. Our one-year program includes two semesters of coursework and one summer semester of a field research practicum.

This degree focuses on providing students with a working knowledge of the global health challenges facing our world. The 32-credit curriculum offers opportunities to employ the newly acquired skills and knowledge through activities such as laboratory research, survey research, mathematical modeling, and project management. 

The Capstone Project is a rewarding core component of the Master of Science in Global Health program. The practicum enables students to connect classroom learning and real health needs through a hands-on field experience. Each student has the opportunity to work with EIGH faculty and their international partners to conceptualize and implement an original research project. Students have conducted research in countries around the world, including Belize, Ecuador, India, Peru, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, and more. To view past projects, please visit the Alumni page.