AT THE EPICENTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH

The Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University offers bachelor's, graduate certificates, master’s, and doctoral degrees to train the next generation of public health leaders. All programs provide students a quality education, faculty with a passion for public health, and - as the only school of public health in Washington, D.C. - access to some of the most influential public health leaders and organizations in the world!

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GWSPH FAST FACTS

  • Ranked #12, up from #14, by the U.S. News & World Report
  • LEED Platinum designated academic building
  • Over 30+ academic programs at the bachelors, graduate certificate, masters, and doctoral level
  • Unique academic programs include MPH in Maternal and Child Health, MS in Public Health Microbiology and Emerging Infectious Diseases
  • Only school of public health in Washington, D.C.

GWSPH HISTORY

1997 set the foundation of our future when three university programs in the school of medicine, business, and education combined to establish the School of Public Health and Health Services - making it the first and only school of public health in Washington, D.C. After an $80 million gift by Lori and Michael Milken to the school of public health - the largest in GW's history - the school was renamed the Milken Institute School of Public Health. That same year, the school of public health opened its permanent home on the George Washington University's Foggy Bottom campus.