Rhode Island Graduate Public Health Schools
Rhode Island Graduate Schools with Public Health Masters and PhD Programs
University of Rhode Island
Originally chartered in 1888, the University of Rhode Island's principal campus is located in Kingston, RI. The School offers students a land, sea and urban experience and has over 100 majors available within seven different colleges. Human development & family studies and psychology are among the most popular courses pursued by students.
MS and PhD in Psychology
Programs are specialized in the fields of Behavioral Science, Clinical, and School Psychology. Children/Family/Developmental There are opportunities for research in Psychology, Health, Psychology, Multicultural Psychology, Research Methodology, and Neuropsychology. Graduates are able to pursue careers in public health.
MS in Human Development and Family Studies
The Human Development and Family Studies programs are designed to engross students in all types of educational, community and therapeutic settings so that they may achieve an in-depth understanding of human development at all levels. Upon completion, students are qualified to thrive in a range of career paths that improve human potential across the lifespan.
*Address: 14 Upper College Rd. Kingston, RI 02881
*Phone: (401) 874-1000
Brown University, founded in 1764, is a private Ivy League university located in Providence, Rhode Island. Well known and world renowned for exceptional academic programs, Brown is the seventh oldest institution of higher education in the United States and the third-oldest in New England. In 2010, U.S. News & World Report ranked Brown 16th overall among national universities.
Master of Public Health
The M.P.H. program is devoted to developing professionals who are skilled and dedicated to understanding and bettering the health of their communities by converting comprehensive scientific study into a solid, and evidence based practice and policy. The university is home to 9 nationally distinguished research centers specializing in public health. The M.P.H. program also has an extraordinarily high ratio of faculty to students.
Ph.D. in Health Services Research
Students are taught to use of experimental and non-experimental research methods for the purpose of advancing the knowledge of issues central to the improvement of the health of the greater population. The faculty are also members of the Department of Community Health and the Program in Public Health.
Master's in Behavioral and Social Sciences Intervention
The program is designed for students interested in studying the multifaceted social and behavioral factors of public health, and in creating interventions to alter behaviors and advance the public health contexts in society. It is perfect for students interested in pursuing a career in community based organizations, program management, or in non profit services, especially in the public health field. The faculty are experts in the areas of alcohol addiction and substance use, as well as exercise and nutrition.
*Address: 97 Waterman St. Rm. 124 Providence, RI 02912
*Phone: (401) 863 - 1000