Master's Degree Programs at the Berlin School of Public Health

Charité, TU Berlin and Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences combine their expertise for training in the master's program Public Health and together form the Berlin School of Public Health.

Employees of the Institute of Public Health teach Public Health and Epidemiology at the BSPH and are responsible for administrative procedures.

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Master's Degree Programs at the Berlin School of Public Health

Public Health

Master's degree programs in Public Health are offered at the BSPH both as a consecutive and a further postgraduate master's degree program. The curriculum focuses on the causes of health and disease, the health system, the care structures, the financing of health services, the political and social conditions and the health behavior of the population. Teaching of methodologies is an important part of the classes.

Epidemiology

The Master's degree program in Epidemiology at the BSPH is a postgraduate master's degree program designed for professionals. The curriculum focuses on the distribution of health and disease among populations, as well as the factors that influence this distribution. Epidemiology brings together methods and insights from medicine, statistics, social sciences and natural sciences in order to plan, implement and evaluate research studies.

You will find more detailed information about the individual courses at the Berlin School of Public Health website.