What can you do with a Masters degree in Global Health Equity?
Our program prepares students for a career in global health by working with each student to gain knowledge and experience in the area that is of most interest to them. Graduates of the MS Global Health Equity program will be prepared to work in a variety of settings with many career opportunities including but not limited to:
Federal, state, and local health agencies
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
Disaster relief organizations
International aid and development agencies
International health organizations
Research and academic institutions
MCW Graduate School Career Services offers a diverse array of services to help MCW graduate students explore and achieve their career goals.
Explore career options, job outlooks, and various organizations that focus on global health
Global Health Organizations
There are many governmental, nonprofit, private foundations, and nongovernmental organizations that are doing important global health work and may be options for student to find employment after completing a MS Global Health Equity degree. Below are some notable global organizations. The Consortium of Universities for Global Health website also lists various global health related job, fellowship, and internship opportunities.
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
- Commissioned Corps of the US Public Health Service
- Foreign Service Officer
- Global Health Counsel
- Global Health Workforce Alliance
- National Institutes of Health
- Office of Global Health Affairs
- Partners in Health
- Peace Corps
- The Global Fund
- United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
- World Federation of Public Health Associations