Do you believe that healthcare is a right, not a privilege? Are you committed to working toward equity and justice in the healthcare field? If so, Clark’s Master of Health Science (MHS) in Community and Global Health may be the ideal next step in your professional life.
The Clark community promotes health around the world by advancing new community-based approaches, performing deeper, more substantive research, and driving policy changes. We embrace innovative teaching methods and adopt community-engaged strategies that ensure our work reflects the lived realities of disadvantaged populations.
Our students in the International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) department are empowered to lift up those in need. As a member of our IDCE community, you’ll integrate perspectives from the social, economic, cultural, political, and environmental realms in order to develop robust strategies that address global health issues – from infectious diseases like Zika virus to endemic challenges such as diabetes and mental health. The passion you bring will fuel your lifelong pursuit to understand community needs, address health disparities, and solve health-related challenges.
The Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Master of Health Science in Community and Global Health was created with generous assistance from the Leir Charitable Foundations. Clark University is awarding fellowships for eligible, full-time students pursuing the MHS degree. The fellowship awards will provide funding for all tuition-related expenses Fellows accrue while enrolled in the program. For full consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply by January 15.