Graduate Program in Public Health
The Graduate Program in Public Health at the Icahn School of Mount Sinai originated in 1989, when the School's Department of Community Medicine
began offering a two-year Master of Science in Community Medicine. In 2003, the program began offering the Master's of Public Health (MPH)
degree rather than the MS. It became a unit of the Graduate School and its name was changed to the Master's of Public Health Program. In 2013,
to reflect the growing range of its degree offerings, which included multiple specialty tracks and advanced certificate programs, the name of
the program was changed to the Graduate Program in Public Health.
- Master of Science in Community Medicine program, Department of Community Medicine (1989-2003)
- Master of Public Health Program (2003-2013)