Missouri Graduate Public Health Schools
Missouri Public Health Graduate Programs
University of Missouri Masters of Public Health
The mission of the Masters of Health program is to develop professionals who are able to operate at the local, state, and national levels to address issues dealing with public health. The school focuses on evidence based decision making and practices to develop students who are ready to become leaders in the public health field.
Master of Public Health
A Master's degree in Public Health will provide students with the tools they need to plan, implement, and evaluate programs designed to improve or enhance human health. Health practitioners, teachers, researchers, and administrators will leave the program with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully navigate and work in this growing field. Students can specialize in two areas, Health Promotion and Policy or Veterinary Public Health. Additionally, students can obtain a dual degree in Doctor of Veterinary Medicine/Master of Public Health or Master of Public Health/Master of Public Affairs.
Address: Masters of Public Health, 802 Lewis Hall, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65211
St. Louis University School of Public Health
Founded in 1991, the St. Louis University School of Public Health aims to prepare students for careers in the public health sector. The school focuses on teaching, research, and service to help students gain the skills necessary for improving health and wellness for all.
Master of Public Health
Offered by the Department of Community Health, the Master of Public Health program is a professional degree offering specialization in several areas including, Behavioral Science and Health Education, Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness, Biostatistics, and others. Students can also pursue joint concentrations or dual degrees such as the Dual Master of Public Health and Juris Doctor Program.
Doctoral Program in Public Health Studies
For students pursuing careers in research and education in the public health field, the Doctoral program in Public Health Studies helps students obtain skills in research design, methods and dissemination of information needed to be successful in the area. The program uses an apprenticeship model that pairs the student with a mentor in their field of study who will aid the student in the pursuit of their educational goals.
Address: St. Louis University, School of Public Health, 3545 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: 314-977-8100 or 800-SLU-FOR-U