Dr. Lorann Stallones, Director
Kendra Bigsby, Assistant Director
The Master of Public Health (MPH) is the primary professional degree in the field of public health. The MPH degree is intended for students who plan careers as practitioners and leaders in the field of public health. Core academic public health areas include biostatistics, epidemiology, environmental health sciences, health services administration, and community and behavioral health.
The program is operated as one component of the Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH) which is a cooperative program between the University of Colorado (CU) Anschutz Medical Campus, CSU, and the University of Northern Colorado (UNC). The ColoradoSPH received accreditation from the Council on Education in Public Health in 2010. The program is an interdisciplinary Special Academic Unit at Colorado State University.
Areas of study at CSU include: animals, people, and the environment; epidemiology; global health and health disparities; health communication; physical activity and healthy lifestyles; and public health nutrition. Any of the CSU concentrations can be paired with Peace Corps Masters International (PCMI). Dual degree programs are available in veterinary medicine (DVM/MPH) and social work (MSW/MPH). Individuals in the Public Health Nutrition concentration may also have the option to satisfy dietetic requirements for the dietetic internship.
Please note that individuals wishing to apply to the Colorado School of Public Health at CSU do not apply to the CSU Graduate School. Applications are submitted through SOPHAS, an online application portal for accredited programs and schools of public health. More information on this application process can be found here.
More information on the Colorado School of Public Health, admissions requirements, and the options available at all three campuses can be found here.
Detailed information about all of the academic options in the ColoradoSPH at the CSU campus can be found here.