Georgia State University

Located in the heart of Atlanta, the School of Public Health at Georgia State University is CEPH-accredited and offers undergraduate and graduate students the chance to study contemporary public health problems in a vibrant urban center, preparing leaders to address the complex challenges affecting cities worldwide.

Students get practical experience by engaging in research and practicum opportunities including at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local and state agencies and international non-governmental organizations. We are the destination of choice for students seeking an affordable and meaningful public health education, including international students accepted into the prestigious Fulbright program.

The School has one of the most diverse student bodies in the country, and offers a full range of degrees: Bachelor of Science in Public Health, Master of Public Health in five concentrations and a PhD in Public Health in three concentrations, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Public Health and several dual degree programs.