Public Health, M.P.H.
Saint Louis University's College for Public Health and Social Justice is committed to social justice and the Jesuit mission as the only accredited Catholic, Jesuit school of public health in the nation. Students who graduate from SLU's Master of Public Health program pass the Certified in Public Health (CPH) exam at higher rates than the national average.
Graduate-level public health classes are taught by faculty members who are internationally recognized as leaders in public health research and practice and have diverse research interests. Staff, faculty and students accumulate over 10,000 hours per year partnering with local public health agencies on everything from training staff to providing policy guidance to civic leaders.
In addition to traditional classroom-based learning, students gain experience through applied learning opportunities with community partners.
STEM OPT-Eligible Options
Biostatistics, epidemiology and all joint concentrations with epidemiology are designated as STEM OPT-eligible programs for international students.
Choose From Eight Concentrations
- Behavioral Science and Health Equity
- Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness
- Global Health
- Health Management and Policy
- Maternal and Child Health
- Public Health Practice
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Scholarships and Financial Aid
The College for Public Health and Social Justice offers several ways to help finance graduate education. Opportunities include a limited number of merit-based scholarships and graduate research assistantships. Awards are made to applicants with the highest combinations of GPAs and test scores who complete their applications by the priority deadlines.
For more information, visit the student financial services office online at http://finaid.slu.edu.
Saint Louis University's College for Public Health and Social Justice is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). To see our most recent accreditation documentation, please visit the College for Public Health and Social Justice website.