Priority Enrollment Opens: Summer-Only Degree and PCE Students

Summer-only degree and PCE students can begin enrolling in HSPH courses. Priority enrollment applies to the following groups of students: Summer-Only MPH Clinical EffectivenessSummer-Only Master of Science EpidemiologyStudents completing the PCE program during Summer 2021

Exec. Ed Online: Leading in Health Systems: Navigating Crisis and Change

Virtual

June 7 – 11, 2021 A High-Impact Health Care Crisis Leadership Development Online Program The COVID-19 pandemic is the most dire public health crisis the global population has faced in recent times. Health care leaders are facing unprecedented pressure to effectively oversee response efforts, provide appropriate care – often with limited resources, support anxious and … Continue reading "Exec. Ed Online: Leading in Health Systems: Navigating Crisis and Change"

Exec. Ed Online: Applied Artificial Intelligence for Health Care

Virtual

June 7 – 11, 2021 Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cognitive computing are projected to empower patients, transform the practice of medicine and save the health care industry over $150 billion by 2025.1 It is estimated that if implemented correctly, AI could improve health outcomes by up to 40 percent and reduce treatment costs up to … Continue reading "Exec. Ed Online: Applied Artificial Intelligence for Health Care"

Enrollment Opens: all Summer Students

All students eligible to take summer courses can begin enrollment in HSPH courses. The students included in this enrollment period are as follows: Students who are part of an academic year degree program, including those programs that start during the summer term (e.g. DrPH, MHCM).Academic year MPH Clinical Effectiveness students who previously completed the PCE … Continue reading "Enrollment Opens: all Summer Students"

Last date to add/drop/change: MPH-EPI

This is the last date that a MPH-EPI student can add/drop/change ANY course without permission. After this date, students can submit a petition to the Registrar's Office via my.harvard to request a late drop, which will result in a WD (unless an exception is approved).