University of Kansas School of Medicine
With a dual campus approach, the University of Kansas Master of Public Health Program strives to improve public health across the state of Kansas. Campuses located in both Kansas City and Wichita allow students to connect with community partners in a variety of settings from metropolitan areas to frontier counties. Along with a quality curriculum and numerous internship opportunities, students are exposed to a rich diversity of federally funded faculty research projects with topics including, but not limited to, cancer screening, health education, violence prevention, disease investigation, chronic disease education and prevention, program development and evaluation, tobacco cessation programs, and environmental monitoring. With over 30 faculty committed to creating public health leaders in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health in Kansas City and Wichita, the KU-MPH program has the ability to create a private university feel with a public university price.