The Graduate Program in Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service offer a joint program for students interested in obtaining a dual Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health (MPH) degree. We provide a highly collaborative program that addresses prevention and solutions to local and global health issues. Join our MSW/MPH program and change the world.
"NYC is an amazing place to learn about public health and about people in general. The cross-section of people living here makes the city vibrant and alive. Going to grad school in NYC can be daunting, but being able to walk and sit in Central Park after an exam is something I’ll always remember.” - Whitney Wortham, MSW/MPH student
Through the dual degree program, students have the opportunity to combine the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Public Health tracks with any of the four concentration programs from Fordham University.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Public Health Tracks include:
- Health Promotion & Disease Prevention
- Environmental Health Sciences
- Global Health
- Outcomes Research
- Health Care Management
- General Public Health
Fordham University concentration programs include:
- Leadership and Macro Practice: Human Service
- Leadership and Macro Practice: Community Based Practice
How to Apply
Students who are interested in applying to the MSW/MPH program must complete the same admissions requirements for a Master in Public Health from Mount Sinai as well as the requirements from Fordham University, and must be accepted into both programs.
Applications to the Public Health Program and to the Fordham University Master of Social Work program are processed online and candidates are assessed on a rolling basis. You do not need to make a final decision about a specialty track during the application process.