SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi everyone, I have taken a look at a few threads on MPH programs in Chicago, but I cannot seem to find much information on anything beyond the MPH at UIC. Now, I currently live in Boston, which I realize is probably a better place to be to pursue an MPH, but I have wanted to move to Chicago for some time now and I am thinking that grad school could be a good opportunity to move there without putting a gap in my resume. Please note, my original plan has been to pursue an MPH ever since sophomore year of undergrad, so this is not a drastic change of plans, just a change of location in terms of my search for programs. As such, I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for MPH programs in Chicago beyond Northwestern and UIC? If some background on me would be helpful, I graduated from Tufts with a B.A. in Community Health and Sociology and a 3.88GPA. I have yet to take the GREs, but I am studying now and will take them soon. I am primarily interested in health policy, but also in epidemiology, and I think I am leaning towards epi due to the hard skills of the discipline. My original, non-Chicago list of schools was Columbia, Harvard, BU, Tufts, GWU. But now that I am realizing I want to spend a significant amount of time in Chicago, I think going to school there would be preferable. I guess my concern is the general lack of programs in the area as far as I can tell. Beyond UIC and Northwestern, it looks like Loyola Chicago has one as well. Does anyone know of any other options to apply to in Chicago? Additionally, I have not been able to find any information on people's actual experiences at these programs beyond UIC; has anyone been to or know anything about the programs at Northwestern or Loyola? Thanks so much to anyone who can help.