Graduate Program in Public Health
More than 50 Years of History
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Core Curriculum

Find out what the Graduate Program in Public Health has to offer.

Admissions

Find out the dates to apply for the Graduate Program in Public Health.

Advisors

Meet the Program’s advisors and lines of research.

Academic Calendar

Stay up to date on the general schedule of the program’s disciplines.

About the Program

The Program was founded in 1971, with the former name “Graduate Program in Preventive Medicine”, addressed first to doctors. In 2000, the Program underwent a reformulation, became multiprofessional, and changed its name to “Graduate Program in Community Health”, showing its connection with the Family Health Strategy.

In 2018, the Program expanded its activities, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations, and changed its name to “Graduate Program in Public Health”. Since its establishment, it has been linked to the FMRP – USP Department of Social Medicine.