MPH Concentration in Animals, People, and the Environment
Throughout the world, human societies are inextricably linked with animals wild and domestic – for food, work, or companionship. While some health professionals focus solely on health in humans, public health is hugely impacted by interactions between animals, people, and their environment.
Establish health links between humans, animals, and the environment.
The 42 credit hour Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Animals, People, and the Environment at Colorado State University has unique, internationally recognized programs to provide both classroom and practical education opportunities in this important area of public health.
This concentration prepares graduates for a variety of careers in national, state, and local public health agencies including a variety of governmental and non-governmental agencies, health care agencies, and academia. These include both domestic and international opportunities. Focus is on the diseases shared between wildlife, domestic animals, and humans — ensuring our environment is safe for all.
- Students attend Public Health in the Rockies and gain valuable insights
- Practicum and capstone project helps enrich gorilla and human health
- Ten MPH students present at the Summer 2019 Public Health Forum
- MPH students learn public health practice in Uganda
- Hoffman Award recipients focus on addressing health disparities