Education at The Dartmouth Institute offers cutting-edge, one-year Masters in public health programs to produce a new kind of health care leader, grounded in the skills to measure, organize and improve health and health care.
Placing MPH, MS and PhD graduates in positions, including clinical practice, health administration, business, health policy, scientific and health services research, where they bring a fresh understanding of the complexities of American health care and the innovation and dedication to achieve real reform.
Students learn more than the basics of public health, health care leadership and research skills. They learn to evaluate current practice, analyze the underpinnings of our complex and increasingly costly health system, and work toward continual improvement, whether in the delivery of care, health care administration and leadership, education or policy development.
For 30 years, the faculty at The Dartmouth Institute have been pushing the boundaries of health care, asking questions that no one else is asking, finding answers that change our understanding of the delivery of care and presenting solutions that are transforming population health and health care.