The joint, consecutive Master of Science in Public Health is a research-oriented degree program in which Alice Salomon Hochschule, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Technische Universität Berlin each contribute their respective expertise:
- around 60 students enrolled each year
- starts each winter semester
- standard period of full-time study: 4 semesters (2 years)
- 120 ECTS.
The consecutive Master of Science in Public Health (MScPH) at the BSPH:
- A joint collaboration between Alice Salomon Hochschule, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Technische Universität Berlin
- Application period is June 1 - July 15. Enrollment is at the Charité. The program accepts about 60 students each year. Official enrollment numbers are published here.
- The program has a methods and research focus and is geared toward students who have completed a bachelor degree in a public health related field.
- The program requires 4 semesters (2 years) of full time study and encompasses 120 credit points (ECTS) according to the European Credit Transfer System
- A total of 17 modules must be completed that convey theoretical and practical competences from a variety of public health domains.
- The language of instruction in most modules is German, but some of the modules (Public Health Research Methods (MET1), Epidemiology and Public Health Research Methods (MET2) and Health Economics / Health Technology Assessment (HPE2b) are taught in English. German proficiency is required to apply for the program.
- The MScPH is an accredited academic program and is evaluated regularly.
If you are looking for courses in English, please consider our Intensive Short Courses or the post-graduate Master of Science in Epidemiology.
The Master’s program in Public Health (MScPH) at the Berlin School of Public Health, a joint institution of the Alice Salomon University, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Technical University of Berlin, was classified as a BUA-Joint Degree in September 2021. This classification is given to research-oriented cooperative programs at Berlin University Alliance partner institutions that are dedicated to topics of global importance and have a pronounced interdisciplinary and international profile.
The Berlin University Alliance is an alliance between Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin and Charité, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the State of Berlin as part of the federal and state government's excellence strategy.