CUNY School of Public Health

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The City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy
TypePublic
Established2007
DeanDr. Ayman El-Mohandes
Academic staff
50 faculty
LocationNew York City, New York, United States
CampusUrban
Websitesph.cuny.edu

The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy (commonly known as the CUNY School of Public Health, or CUNY SPH) is a public American research and professional college within the CUNY system based in New York City. The school is situated in its new building at 55 West 125th Street in Manhattan. CUNY SPH offers 4 doctoral programs, 6 master's programs, an advanced certificate for credits and faculty memberships in many of CUNY's research centers and institutes. A core roster of over 50 full-time faculty is supplemented by additional faculty members drawn from throughout CUNY.

Academics[edit]

CUNY SPH is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).[1][2] The Accreditation Board for Engineering Technology (ABET) accredits the MS-EOHS program.

CUNY SPH offers a variety of accredited master's and doctorate degrees, specializations, and certificates.

CUNY SPH offers the following graduate degrees

  • Master of Public Health Degree Programs
    • MPH in Community Health Education
    • MPH in Environmental & Occupational Health Science
    • MPH in Epidemiology & Biostatistics
    • MPH in Health Policy & Management
    • MPH in Public Health Nutrition
  • Master of Science Degree Programs
    • MS in Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
  • Doctoral Degree Programs
    • DPH in Community, Society & Health
    • DPH in Environmental & Occupational Health
    • DPH in Epidemiology
    • DPH in Health Policy & Management

CUNY SPH offers the following specializations

  • Maternal, Child, Reproductive, and Sexual Health (This specialization is available to both master's and doctoral students.)
  • Public Health Nutrition (This specialization is available to doctoral students only.)

CUNY SPH offers the following certificates

  • Public Health Advanced Certificate
  • Population Health Informatics Certificate
  • Certificate in Social Marketing for Health

Affiliations[edit]

CUNY SPH faculty are affiliated with the following CUNY research centers and institutes:

History[edit]

In September 2006, the chancellor of The City University of New York, Matthew Goldstein, announced that CUNY planned to create a collaborative School of Public Health to open within five years. The school would have an urban focus and bring together the University’s public health programs at Brooklyn, Lehman and Hunter Colleges and the Graduate Center, as well as other faculty with relevant expertise from around the University. The chancellor designated Hunter College as the lead institution because it had the largest and oldest public health program, accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health, the national body that accredits public health programs and schools, since 1972.

In October 2009, the Council on Education for Public Health accepted CUNY’s application to be reviewed for transforming its accredited programs in public health into a single School of Public Health. That review process began 2010 and was completed in 2011.

In September 2013, Dr. Ayman El-Mohandes was named Dean.[3]

In November 2015, the CUNY Trustees approved a new structure for the CUNY School of Public Health, setting in motion the transition from a consortial model comprising programs at four different CUNY schools, into the unified CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Accredited Schools & Programs". Council on Education for Public Health. Retrieved 25 May 2015.
  2. ^ "CUNY School of Public Health". Council on Education for Public Health. Retrieved 25 May 2015.
  3. ^ Dr. Ayman El-Mohandes was named Dean of the CUNY School of Public Health

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