The Colorado School of Public Health is the first and only accredited school of public health in the Rocky Mountain Region, attracting top tier faculty and students from across the country, and providing a vital contribution towards ensuring our region’s health and well-being.

Collaboratively formed in 2008 by the University of Colorado, Colorado State University, and the University of Northern Colorado, the Colorado School of Public Health provides training, innovative research and community service to actively address public health issues including chronic disease, access to healthcare, environmental threats, emerging infectious diseases, and costly injuries.


Academic Programs

The Master of Public Health degree is the primary degree in the field of public health and is for students who plan careers in public health.
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All applications are to be submitted online to the Colorado School of Public Health through the Schools of Public Health Application Service.
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Practice-Based Learning

Colorado School of Public Health students apply classroom lessons in the context of solving current public health issues facing our communities.
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Hoffman Award recipients focus on addressing health disparities

Among Alyssa Thomas’ goals in her public health career is to work with childhood obesity. It’s not something she knows in abstract or from a…

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MPH research centers on bird flu impact in rural India

Before actually seeing the chickens pecking in the dirt outside brightly painted homes in rural eastern India, Anna Pollard and Kaitlin Dickson, both students in…

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PHriday Speaker to Discuss Leadership and Partnership for One Health

Join Dr. Bruno Sobral,¬† director of the One Health Institute and a Professor of Microbiology at Colorado State University, at 9 a.m. Oct. 6 as…

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