Improving health and reducing inequities worldwide


Master of Science in Global Health

This one-year, four-quarter program develops students’ expertise and leadership skills in the field of global health, and prepares them for careers in research, policy, organizational leadership, program management and evaluation, and academia.

Photo in Kisumu, Kenya by Brooke Thurman
PhD in Global Health Sciences

The trans-disciplinary program teaches graduates to apply knowledge from public health, epidemiology and biostatistics, public policy, economics, development studies, clinical and basic sciences, and the social sciences to address health problems of global importance.

Pathway to Discovery in Global Health

The Pathway program is offered to enrolled UCSF health professional students and trainees to enhance their understanding of global health problems and concepts and to formally incorporate global health into their clinical and research training.