Bryn Mawr College has strategic partnerships with other institutions. Through these programs, our students can participate in expanded learning opportunities or pursue an advanced degree.
These programs span disciplines from the humanities and social sciences to STEM, and include city and regional planning, education, and engineering.
There are two programs are directly related to health care:
Qualified Bryn Mawr and Haverford undergraduates will gain early and expedited admission to a master's degree offered by the Penn Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy. Student may apply to the MBE program as an external "sub-matriculate."
The Boston University School of Public Health Select Scholars program offers unique opportunities for Bryn Mawr undergraduates with an interest in this vibrant and growing field. Accelerated master's degree 4+1 programs include:
- M.S. in Applied Biostatistics
- M.S. in Environmental Health Data Analytics
- M.S. in Epidemiology
- M.S. in Health Systems and Services Research
- M.S. in Public Health Nutrition
In addition, students can earn a Master's degree in Public Health (MPH) with the 4+1.5/2 program. Scholarships are available to support up to 25 percent of tuition. Admitted students are invited to participate in an immersive summer program during the first full week of June every year.
Contact Gail Glicksman, Assistant Dean for Health Professions Advising, for further information.