Mason Public Health ascends U.S. News & World Report graduate schools rankings

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2025 U.S. News & World Report recognizes Mason’s College of Public Health in the top 60 graduate public health schools. 

The College of Public Health is delighted to share that the College of Public Health is now ranked #53 nationally in public health schools, up 23 spots from the 2024 U.S. News & World Report graduate program rankings. The elevated ranking highlights the increased impact the College has established in the realm of public health.  


The College of Public Health at Mason prepares graduates for a variety of careers that support the public health infrastructure and improve population health,” said Carolyn Drews-Botsch, PhD, chair of the Department of Global and Community Health.Access to excellence is at the core of our offerings and combined within our unique interdisciplinary College positions graduates to succeed in a variety of environments and to work in the interdisciplinary teams that are critical for effective public health programs.”