Kansas State University
The Kansas State University MPH Program is built on the strengths of this land-grant university in America’s heartland and is aimed toward improving the future public health workforce in Kansas, the nation and beyond.
It is a unique interdisciplinary graduate degree program on the university’s main campus in Manhattan, Kansas, involving faculty, staff and students from the graduate school and twelve departments in four different academic colleges.
The program offers an MPH degree in four areas of emphasis: food safety and biosecurity, infectious diseases and zoonoses, public health nutrition and public health physical activity. Dual degrees—BS/MPH and DVM/MPH—and a Graduate Certificate in Public Health Core Concepts are also available.