Admissions & Financial Aid
- Tuition & Fees
Local & Global Engagement
The Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) seeks to foster the development of our practitioners and educators to have a sustained positive impact on the health of individuals, communities, and the world.
In support of this mission, the Public Health program offers a tuition scholarship benefit for TUSM-appointed faculty, whose primary appointment is with the School of Medicine, who want to pursue their Master of Public Health (MPH) at Tufts.
Our goal is to better integrate public health into research and education programs throughout the School of Medicine and increase interdisciplinary work.
This excellent professional development opportunity will give you additional tools to improve health locally and globally through an interdisciplinary approach and address intersecting determinants that contribute to health inequities.
The tuition benefit applies only to the Tufts MPH program (on-campus or online). Admitted faculty will be awarded a scholarship equivalent to 40% of the tuition.
Tufts MPH Benefits
- Complete the program part-time
- Flexibility to take online or on-campus courses
- Advising and mentoring in public health
- Methods focused courses with real world products
- Professional and interdisciplinary growth
- Focus on your personal interests—pick from four different concentrations (Population Health Promotion, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Health Services Management and Policy, or Nutrition)
Qualifications & Requirements
- Applicant must have a primary appointment with the School of Medicine.
- Must complete the application prior to each entry term’s deadline (view admissions deadlines)
Interested faculty may apply through our Online Application Portal using the link below. Select "2023 Public Health Application" and then follow the instructions to select the "MPH for TUSM Faculty." A complete application requires the following, all of which can be provided within the Online Application Portal:
- Submitted online application
- Unofficial transcripts from any coursework completed for degree credit
- Two separate letters of recommendation
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Personal Statement