Leaders who understand the physiological and public health implications of lifestyle choices, including physical activity and nutrition, are needed to help battle obesity, diabetes, mental health, and other chronic diseases.
Promote health in action and increase the quality of life nationwide.
The 42 credit hour Master of Public Health program concentration in Physical Activity and Healthy Lifestyles at Colorado State University, prepares graduates for a variety of careers striving to increase the number of people who adopt healthy lifestyle choices. These careers are in state and local health departments, federal agencies, parks and recreation departments, non-profit and community health organizations, worksites and schools.
In the Physical Activity and Healthy Lifestyles concentration, students can choose from a range of classes on topics related to physical activity, nutritional sciences, exercise science, epidemiology, and health promotion planning.
- Virtual PHiR Conference showcased vast areas of public health practice for students
- Meet Christina Pasana: Graduate Advisor & Academic Coordinator
- ColoradoSPH faculty seek MPH GRAs for unique skill sets and expertise
- CSU undergrads go on to graduate program in public health
- Students share experience and skills gained during their capstone projects