The Public Health Nutrition MPH program prepares students to take on the world’s most pressing public health challenges. Tuition at SPH remains one of the lowest among top 10 U.S. schools of public health. In fact, we have the lowest out-of-state tuition in the top 10, giving non-resident students access to expert faculty, education, and research at the lowest financial investment.
Tuition & Fees
Maternal and Child Nutrition Traineeship
A few maternal and child nutrition traineeships are available for public health nutrition students who are U.S. citizens and wish to specialize in maternal, child, or adolescent health. In addition to the Maternal and Child Nutrition Trainees, PHN also awards 3-5 Research Assistantship positions through the Ruth Stief and Marguerite Queneau awards. Eligible students must be registered dietitians, with at least one year of work experience, and career goals in public health nutrition and maternal and child health, and should complete the appropriate application.
See a full list of scholarships available to public health students