Degrees and Programs Offered at CSU
On the Colorado State University campus of the Colorado School of Public Health, students can pursue a graduate-level degree or certificate.
In the field of public health, the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree is the primary professional degree and is intended for students who plan careers as practitioners and leaders in one of the many areas of public health. Graduates are able to approach complex issues from a population perspective, using evidence-based solutions to improve health outcomes for communities and individuals. You can scroll down to see the different MPH concentration and dual degree options available at the CSU campus.
The Certificate in Public Health Sciences is also available for enrollment on the CSU campus. Students in this certificate program are exposed to core public health classes and concepts. Completion of the certificate requires between 15 and 21 credits of coursework, which can later be transferred into the MPH program.
To see a full listing of all degrees and programs offered by the Colorado School of Public Health, please visit the ColoradoSPH website.
Select a CSU area of study for more information.
Animals, People, and the Environment
Work at the intersection of people, animals, and our environment to promote healthy communities and identify health threats.
Design and conduct epidemiologic studies to track and prevent illness, injury, disease, and death.
Global Health and Health Disparities
Study the social, economic, and cultural components of health and health disparities to address public health issues locally and globally.
Improve health outcomes through the translation of scientific information and message production.
Physical Activity & Healthy Lifestyles
Implement health and wellness programs to increase quality of life.
Dual Degree Programs for ColoradoSPH at CSU
Dual degree options allow students to gain specialized training in two areas in less time.
Certificate at ColoradoSPH at CSU
A Certificate in Public Health Sciences helps students further their public health education.