The Future of Public Health is Here
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Finding collaborative solutions to improving the public's health is more important now than ever. The College offers an interprofessional model to eliminate health disparities and to prepare the next generation of health leaders. The future of health is here.
COVID-19 Special Report
This special report captures the many ways in which College faculty, staff, and students rose to the occasion to fight COVID. Learn more about the College’s contributions in Academics and Instruction, University Response and Service, Community Response and Practice, and Research.
Thank you to everyone in the College for their dedication and service over the past year. It is nearly impossible to convey the full impact your work has had on our students, the University, and our community.
We are located at the heart of the most dynamic region in the country. With leading public health, policymaking, and community service organizations as our neighbors, the College is ideally located for researching, teaching, influencing, and improving public health.
Our students choose from health science courses across disciplines to truly understand the social determinants of health and eliminate disparities across the lifespan. Learn more about the our 5 undergraduate degrees, 12 graduate degrees, and 7 certificate programs.
Apply today to join the fastest growing research university in the country and the most diverse college in Virginia. Our programs have been ranked in the Top 100 by U.S. News and World Reports.
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News and Updates
- George Mason University Department of Social Work Receives $1.9 Million Training Grant to Expand Integrated Behavioral Health WorkforceJuly 26, 2021
- Environmental News Network: Research by Mason scientists in CHHS on the effects of pollution on commuters is cited.July 20, 2021
- ZME Science: Research by Mason scientists in CHHS on the effects of pollution on commuters is cited.July 20, 2021
- McLean (VA) Patch: Picks up the Mason story about research on the pandemic’s effect on food choices and nutrition.July 20, 2021
- July 19, 2021