UC Berkeley School of Public Health
The UC Berkeley School of Public Health is highly regarded for the quality of its faculty and students and has a reputation for excellence in education, research, and community engagement. More than 12,000 graduates have put their education and skills into practice in public health worldwide. Our alumni are transformational leaders across all health sectors, with a legacy of impact and innovation locally and globally. Read more about our programs, research and practice, and student life.
Who We Are
A network of transformational leaders across all health sectors, with a legacy of impact and innovation at the local and global level. For more than 75 years, our community of faculty, students and 15,000 alumni have put their education and skills into practice to improve the health and welfare of our communities, the state and the world.
We sit on a campus with a commitment to social justice that empowers us to lead change. Our UC Berkeley campus provides students with unique opportunities to collaborate with leaders in key science and humanities disciplines, including engineering, computer science, social welfare, public policy, journalism, international development, business, law and more.
As part of the UC system, Berkeley Public Health has access to unequaled networks across the state and worldwide, including partnerships with the world-class medical campus of UCSF. Our Bay Area location allows us to collaborate with businesses, entrepreneurs, policy makers, organizations, and equity advocates to be at the forefront of innovations in integrated health delivery, healthy communities and health policies.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recognizes Berkeley Public Health as one of nine health promotion and disease prevention research centers around the nation.
Read more about our mission, vision and values here.