Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) leads in educational excellence and innovation in teaching public health. We aim to teach in an authentic, inclusive, flexible, ongoing, and reflective way of changing the population's health.
As a top-ranked graduate school, Boston University School of Public Health offers access to innovative research, scholarship, and public health practice, a top-tier education with an on-the-ground mission.
School of Public Health's mission is to improve the health and well-being of populations worldwide, particularly the underserved, through excellence and innovation in education, research, and practice.
From cross-disciplinary faculty and research expertise to our innovative teaching approach, we offer you an exceptional education in public health.
We conduct research across a range of disciplines focused on developing solutions to complex health challenges. Faculty members engage in studies around the world and our own local community.
As public health professionals, Boston University School of Public Health faculty, staff, and students are tasked with using their knowledge, skills, and passion for improving populations' health.
Generating knowledge and passing it on to future generations is at the heart of Boston University School of Public Health's work, but applying that knowledge is equally important. Boston University School of Public Health is at the forefront of advocacy and practice, both locally and worldwide.
We are committed to igniting and sustaining positive change that leads to health and well-being around the world. We strive for a respectful, collaborative, diverse, and inclusive community within our School of Public Health. We aim to promote justice, human rights, and equity within and across our local and global communities.