The Tufts University School of Medicine and the Public Health Program prepare students to excel in their fields. Students can earn the following graduate degrees through the Public Health Program: Master of Public Health, Master of Science in Health Informatics & Analytics, Master of Science in Medical Science-Physician Assistant Program, Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and several dual degree options. Our degree programs deliver a strong academic foundation and hands-on clinical experiences though a student-centered interdisciplinary approach. Our expert faculty are committed to teaching, mentoring, and supporting students through every aspect of their journey. Students study at world-class facilities on our Health Sciences Campus in the heart of downtown Boston and work within the surrounding neighborhoods to create healthier and more equitable communities—a core value that students then carry throughout their careers wherever they go.
Tufts is committed to actively working towards inclusivity and antiracism in the pursuit of an equitable and just society for everyone. Knowing that marginalized and racialized populations are critically underserved by current healthcare systems, the School of Medicine aims to train students to be able to meet the healthcare needs of the most diverse and vulnerable populations. Our programs work towards the creation of a world where all people live in conditions that allow them to achieve their highest attainable level of health, are supported by equitable political, economic, and social systems, and have access to integrated, effective, high quality public health, clinical and health care services. On our Health Sciences Campus, we value, center, and promote respect and understanding for all differences through the composition of our faculty, staff, and student body; our curriculum; and through the establishment of a welcoming and inclusive institutional environment.