Student in class with faculty member, Dr. Adam Gracyk.

We prepare our graduates for a successful career in public health agencies, academia, health care delivery systems, voluntary health agencies or private research firms. 

Our degree programs offer students the skills, knowledge and research experiences to help create healthier communities. 

  • 8/16/18
    Explore the actions of individuals, groups and organizations from a scientific perspective to promote health.
  • 4/13/21
    The individualized MPH program allows you to pursue a course of study unique to your educational needs and personal career objectives. We offer a truly individualized curriculum, as well as three focus areas. 
  • 3/23/21
    If you've been considering ways to advance your career in public health, learn more about UB's Online Individualized MPH program. Professionals who want to take their career to the next level can take advantage of online learning and customize their program to meet their unique interests and career objectives with our fully individualized curriculum option or our two focus areas, health equity or addictions. 
  • 3/25/19
    Understand community and individual-level causes of public health problems and solutions, and prepare for further graduate study or a career in research.
  • 8/25/21
    Gain an advanced understanding of population-level approaches to protecting and improving health, and prepare for a health-related career.
  • 2/13/18
    Prepare for a career in academic, governmental or private research by developing specialized knowledge of community and individual-level causes of public health problems and solutions.
  • 6/25/20
    Address current and emerging public health challenges by obtaining the knowledge and skills you need to create change in our world. Concentrations include Biostatistics, Community Health and Health Behavior, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Individualized MPH and Health Services Administration.
  • 10/13/21
    The micro-credential provides a means to develop skills and a knowledge base for addressing health inequities. Developed for the non-profit and for-profit communities and open to anyone who has completed an undergraduate degree (including all UB graduate students), this program consists of two courses and a portfolio-building experience.
  • 3/18/21
    A variety of options exist to assist you with the cost of your education. 
  • 2/7/18
    Participate in programs that offer educational and leadership opportunities outside of the classroom.
  • 9/17/20
    Learn about the program that's right for you and how to apply.